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Hi there! I'm Mr. Why, Mr. Weymouth 
High Yearbook, you know. I'm here to 
guide you through one of the greatess 
years in our school's history. 

Foil ow me . . 




WEVMOITH HIGH SCHOOL 



BE THE BEST 



If you can't be a pine on the top of the hill, 
Be a scrub in the valley — but be 
The best little scrub by the side of the rill; 
Be a bush if you can't be a tree. 

We can't all be captains; 

we've got to be crew. 
There's something for all of us here; 
There's big work to do, 

and there's lesser to do. 
And the task you must do is the near. 

If you can't be a highway, then just be a trail; 

If you can't be the sun, be a star: 

It isn't by size that you win or you fail — 

BE THE BEST OF WHATEVER YOU ARE! 



— Douglas Malloch 




YEARBOOK 
CLASS OF 1956 
WEYMOUTH 
MASSACHUSETTS 





We, the Staff for the class of 19:16 



Ed ito r-in-Ch ief 

Mary A. Hoyle 

Art Editor 

Joan S. Jacobson 

Assistant Editor 
Gail Brittain 

Business Editor 

Virginia A. Hegarty 

Photography Editor 

Michael E. Austin 

Staff 

Richard A. Daniele 
James E. Haviland 
Marie C. Maraget 
Marjorie E. Nash 
John S. Temple, Jr. 



Faculty Advisers 



Mr. Prescott B. Brown 



Mr. William T. Kearns 



Miss Evelyn Silvester 



Miss Alice M. White 



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Printed by pupils of the 

PRINTING DEPARTMENT 
WEYMOUTH VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 

Mr. John Collins, Mr. George Nott, 
Mr. Herman Perry, Instructors 




We, the Senior Class of 1956, 
wish to dedicate this yearbook to 
Florence Willis, a classmate who 
has been unable to be with us this 
past year because of illness. How- 
ever, Florence has ever been re- 
membered by all her classmates, 
who look forward to the day when 
she will have regained her health. 




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of the tireless efforts spent in helping 
to compile our yearbook, we extend 
great thanks to: 

Miss Ernestine Canning 
Mr. John Ghiorse 
Miss Mary Toomey 
Miss Martha Vining 
Mr. Francis Whipple 
and 

Beverly Greenblatt 
Maureen Jennings 
Barbara Jerpi 
Beverly McKee 
Gail Thibault 
Shirley Tucci 
and 

Class Motto Committee 
Policy Committee 
Who's Who Committee 



The poem on page two is used by the courtesy 
of the ©. H. SeWert Company 




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to Mr. Prescott B. Brown, the great teacher, who has aided us to do our best, we, the 
Class of 1956, extend deepest gratitude for the help he has given us, likewise our 
most sincere wishes for many years of happy retirement. 




honors and honor essays 






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history 



activities 



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iii administration . . . 




Once more, with mixed emotion. I bid 
Godspeed to all in the graduating class of 
Weymouth High School. During your stay 
here ray relationship with you has been 
gradually strengthened, until now it is noi 
easy to see you leave. 

Yet, time has passed, making it necessary 
for you to continue your work on an 
advanced scale, where you will all have the 
privilege of making use of the many Oppor- 
ic s available in this great country ol ours. 




Wallace L. Whittle, Principal 



Left to RIGHT, standinc: Thomas A. Lvons, Assistant Principal; Laura Nash, 

Secretary; Ray G. Parker, Vocational School Principal; Josephine E. Dalto, 

Assistant Secretary. Seated: Lllen Covle, Assistant Secretary, W.V.S.; Helen 
A. Peckham, Secretary, W.V.S. 



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My sincere hope is that you have 
been trained to think clearly and act 
wisely, so that you can fulfill every 
obligation and that, at all times, you 
will . . . 



Be the best oj 
-whatever you are.'' 



W allace L. Whittle 




Left ro right, seated: Hcrberta L. Stockwell, R.N.; John Fisher, 
Director, Physical Education. Standing: Suzanne B. Sharkey, Physical 
Education; Leo A. Haves, Physical Education; Oral A. Page, Physical 
Education; Man K. Arnold, Physical Education. 



Seated: Walter G. Gutterson, Guidance. Standing, left to right: 
Geraldine Ochs, Secretary to Directors of Instruction and Guidance; Edna 
G. Flaherty, Englisli, Guidance; Virginia Nye, Guidance. 



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in math and the sciences . . . 




Above, left to right: Alvah Ravmond, Mathematics; John T. Gannon, Commercial, Latin, Mathematics; Malcolm L. Pratt, Mathematics; Waldo H. Swan, 
Driver Education, Social Studies, Mathematics; Russell H. Maz/ola, Mathematics, Science. 

Below, left to right: John T. Ghiorse, Mathematics, Science; Norman D. Loud, Science; Norman Turcotte, Science; John K. Delahunt, Science, Econom- 
ics; Clarence R. Lyond, Science. 



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in social studies, in business 




Above, left to right: Donald P. Drake, Social Studies; Ralph J. I.ordi, Social Studies. SfANDINC: William T. Kearns, Social Studies; John W. White. 
Social Studies; Richard L. Whilmore, Social Studies, Driver Education; James J. Steele, Social Studies. Know, seated: Margaret K. I.angford, Commercial; 
Dorothy G. MacGrcgor, Commercial; Olive E. Haekctt, Commercial; M. Jean Young, Commercial. Standing: Elizabeth L. MacGregor, Commercial; Louise 
J. Hill, Commercial; Francis X. Kelly, Commercial; Helen M. N'orris, Commercial. 



in related subjects in trade, in carpentry . . . 




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three year honor roll 



tali honors 



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Gail Brittain 
Jane Damon 
Richard Daniele 
Sylvia Eliopoulos 
Evelyn Glidden 
Beverly Greenblatt 
Ann Healey 
Mary Hurst 



honors 



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Marie Baglione 
Richard Balboni 
Carole Bernard 
Robert Betts 
Janet Briggs 
Hannah Burgess 
Carla Connell 
Paul Craffey 
Priscilla Creaven 
Carol Crimmins 
Alian Crowther 
Doris Cumming 
Leo Donadio 
Loretta Donway 
Beatrice Duprey 
Henry DuVerger 
William Eldridge 
Richard Farwell 
Jane Foster 
John Haavisto 
Mary Hart 
James Haviland 



John Temple 



Mary Kohler 
James Mahoney 
Janice Margeson 
Alice McCraith 
Wendy McWilliam 
Rosemary Roberts 
Joanne Russell 
Doris Swart 



Virginia Hegarty 
Joan Jacobson 
Daniel Kelly 
Annette Kremin 
Joseph Lawson 
John Lingley 
Marie Maraget 
Louise Messier 
Marjorie Nash 
Penelope Pelkey 
Robert Persson 
Dorothy Pratt 
Nancy Rauch 
Lois Savola 
Daniel Sexton 
William Shanahan 
Laverna Somers 
Vivian Towne 
Katherine Travers 
Nancy Trudeau 
Janet White 
Barbara Whitney 



high honor essays 



AMERICA'S GREATEST ASSET 



YOUTH 



j\lary Eunice Kolile. 




DEMOCRACY 

YOUTH'S GREATEST ASSET 

-Gail B 




EDUCATION 

FOR DEMOCRATIC LIVING 

Mary Ethel Hurst 




AMERICA'S 
GREATEST . 
ASSET 

YOUTH 



Mary Eunice Koliler 



As the race for world supremacy feverishly continues, each nation counts 
its assets — material wealth, natural resources, the stockpile of atomic weapons. 
We shudder to think that guided missiles, capable of mass destruction, are 
now ready. In the haste of nations to produce aircraft of supersonic speeds, 
many have forgotten that that nation will remain supreme which utilizes its 
most precious asset; that is, its youth. 

In the early nineteenth century, Disraeli observed, "The youth of a nation 
are the trustees of posterity." How true this is! Yet have freedom-loving 
countries fully realized the significance of this statement? Possibly not to 
the extent of the despotic or communistic powers. In our own century, we 
have the example of Adolph Hitler, who said, "Let me train your youth, and 
I will rule the nation in whatever way I choose." More recently we have only 
to look at Russia, quietly carrying on the greatest youth conservation program 
in her history. 

It is the task of America to begin an equally magnificent effort to con- 
serve and utilize her youth. Think of the millions of dollars Americans are 
pouring into conservation projects, giant dams, and efficiency surveys of 
business resources! Shouldn't there be at least a comparable amount set 
aside for conservation of democracy's greatest asset? Does the lack of an 
effective program indicate that Americans are unable or unwilling to think 
in terms of long-range results? Here in America, most of the money allo- 
cated to youth goes to the study and correction of juvenile delinquency. 
Yet the results are not what they should be. In a recent statement, J. 
Edgar Hoover warned that the United States crime rate has mushroomed 
three times faster than the nation's population and that youngsters under 





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eighteen committed almost half the major crimes. Surely the time has come 
when more drastic measures must be taken to prevent the future rise of such 
a disgraceful condition. Thoughtful Americans will realize the urgent need 
for immediate and wholehearted action. Whatever the cost, we must eradicate 
juvenile delinquency. But at the same time we must not neglect an equally 
strong program for developing the talent of the nation's youth. Perhaps, in 
the end, the ounce of prevention will diminish the need for a pound of cure. 

Since a democracy is a government of the people, it is the American citizen 
himself who will have to see that the federal government, community, church, 
and home successfully co-operate in a great program for the advancement of 
youth. 

One of the obligations of the federal government is to hold in check the 
subversive agencies which try to poison young minds. Laws have been made 
to protect the body against poison, but very few to protect the mind against 
harmful comic books, motion pictures, television programs, and cheap adver- 
tising. 

It is the duty of the community to supply wholesome recreation in order 
to rid young people of that excess physical energy which often leads to trou- 
ble. Every citizen should consider it a personal obligation to see that his com- 
munity has a centre, under the supervision of youth leaders, where all chil- 
dren may freely go during their leisure time. 

Every community must also see that the schools teach more than reading, 
writing, and arithmetic. Now, as never before, a child must be taught to ap- 
preciate the magnitude of his democratic heritage and be inspired to uphold 
the traditions as set forth by our first great leaders. The public schools should 
give as much help as possible to the superior child. Much has been done to 
help the retarded boy and girl, but comparatively little for the exceptionally 
skilled. Also scholarships of considerable amounts should be provided for 
those in need, so that the talent of the naturally gifted can be given to the 
nation 

The influence of the church can be great, since any country believing in 
God and His principles will never fall under the influence of a dictatorship or 
Communism. Despots have continually tried to extinguish religion because it 
has always proved detrimental to totalitarian aspirations. By advocating regular 
attendance, churches can help to promote the cause of democracy, for to 
believe in God is to believe in what is right. 

In the home a child must be taught the great values of love, respect, and 
obedience, not only for their parents but also for all others. The impor- 
tance of having faith in God and leading a life according to the Ten Com- 
mandments must be emphasized. Juvenile delinquency usually stems from 
trouble or neglect in the home. If, ho wever, one grows up with the attitude, 
"I was made for happiness for God, for the fullness of his revelation 
and all that is," he cannot help becoming a good and laudable person. 

Americans must be impressed now with the urgent needs of the youth of 
the nation. Each citizen must be made to see the absolute necessity for con- 
serving the country's most precious asset. He must recognize that an in- 
vestment in youth is an investment in the future, paying high dividends. For 
given a firm foundation, American youth, with an ingenious nature and 
faith in God, will stand unequalled in the world. 





When the Founding Fathers framed our Constitution, their fundamental 
aim was to establish a government, under God, in which the people would 
be supreme. Each citizen would be given the opportunity of achieving his 
greatest potential. He would have every possible freedom to develop his 
own particular talent. In every way his God-given rights would be protected. 
Truly the men who drafted the Constitution gave to us a magnificent docu- 
ment. Yet how few of us really appreciate the privileges it guarantees us 
as individuals! 

At the time of the writing of the Constitution, men wanted equality of 
opportunity more than anything else. They believed that each man's natural 
rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness came to him from 
God. The framers of the Constitution demonstrated their belief in this idea 
by incorporating these truths in the final draft. Thus was proved that 
the ideal of equality has always been a fundamental American principle. 
From it have come all of our ideals of liberty, justice, peace and security. 
Never in America will opportunity be restricted only to those of wealth or 
racial prestige. Our democracy is indeed built on God-given principles. 

That the ideal of equality as expressed by the Founding Fathers has had a 
profound influence in our national life cannot be denied. For example, in 
1913, labor was given its rightful place in the political scheme, when the 
Secretary of Labor became a member of the President's Cabinet. In our great 
nation, rich and poor, industrialist and laborer, financier and farmer, cast 
their ballots side by side, giving evidence of a true democracy. 

However, we realize that all do not have the same ability. Hence we do not 
believe that all goods should be divided equally or that social distinctions 
can be eliminated by government action. Some idealistic theories maintain that 
a system such as Communism is possible. We cannot agree, because that 
program deprives men of ambition and a competitive spirit. We believe 
that true equality refers only to the natural rights of the individual and the 
opportunity for their fulfilment. For example, if equality of opportunity 




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had not been granted to Ralph Bunche, the grandson of an American slave 
and an orphan at the age of twelve, he never could have risen to the office 
he now holds. His work as acting mediator of the United Nations Palestine 
Commission is considered by many the most important and critical assign- 
ment in the history of the United Nations. His story is only one of many 
that could be mentioned. Indeed, our whole standard of living is a result 
of this democratic pattern of life. Surely in this we have an answer to the 
critics of democracy. For under what other form of government is the indi- 
vidual given so many opportunities? 

The development of a system of public education is perhaps America's 
best illustration of the equality of opportunity in action. Here, every person 
is allowed and encouraged to receive at least twelve years of free schooling. 
A wide choice of subject matter is offered, and he is given a chance to learn 
as much as he wishes. Furthermore, scholarships are available for the scien- 
tist and teacher, the athlete and musician. Recently LIFE magazine told 
the heartwarming story of the parents of a dozen children. Mr. and Mrs. 
Louis Martin of Maryland had an income of less than $80 a week. Yet, by 
hard work and scholarships, each of their children received a college degree. 
Where but in America does such opportunity exist? Many argue that our 
schools cater only to the average student, that no special arrangement is made 
for the superior, as is true in Europe. We must admit that there are short- 
comings in our present system; however, progress is being made continually 
toward educating every individual in accordance with his desires and capa- 
bilities. 

Many other developments have also come about as a result of our sense 
of equality of opportunity and our educational program. Today ninety-five 
per cent, of the government positions are open to anyone who qualifies by 
passing Civil Service, while in the armed forces, many capable young men 
who have never had the opportunity of attending a military school are now 
eligible for officer training. Social Security further puts the American ideals 
into action by retaining the dignity of her senior citizens. As we can see, many 
areas where similar advantages did not exist are gradually being brought 
under the general policy of equal opportunity for all. 

Furthermore, America has taken steps to safeguard the individual rights 
of liberty and equality, so that they may never be alienated. The decision of 
the Supreme Court to curb the illegal proceedings of investigating commit- 
tees is only one example of America's constant watch over her people. 
Previously, the Sherman Anti-Trust Act was put into effect to protect the 
small businessman against the large monopoly. The Wagner Act gave the 
laborer a chance to bargain collectively with his employer, while the consumer 
has been cared for by the passage of the Pure Food and Drug Act. 

Yet neither the Bill of Rights nor any other law can itself safeguard our 
American principles. The tenets of democracy can be preserved only when 
thoughtful and enlightened people act according to their beliefs. We, the 
youth of today, the leaders of tomorrow, must be these people. We, who 
have received all of our nation's richest blessings, must return to her 
at least some portion of our talents. Let us thank America, this America 
who has said to us, her youth, "Be the best of whatever you are." Let us 
give her our best. 




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EDUCATION 

FOR 

DEMOCRATIC 
LIVING 



Mary Ethel Hurst 



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What a blessing it is to live in America! How wonderful to be a citizen 
in a nation which believes in God as the source or all power and law! What a 
privilege to participate in a democracy that gives each citizen equal rights 
regardless of race, color, or creed. Yet what a grave responsibility this priv- 
ilege, this blessing, places upon us; for America, in her present position 
of world leadership, must prove to the world the beauty of democratic living. 
She can do this only by setting a functioning example — an example so fine 
and so successful that other nations will follow it voluntarily. The respon- 
sibility for setting this example rests with us, the citizens of the United 
States. So great is this responsibility that it can be met only by an enlight- 
ened citizenry, capable of leading and of selecting wise leaders. Education, 
the education of all of our people, is the sole hope toward this enlightenment. 

During recent years much has been written concerning education in 
America, giving evidence that we are most aware of its vital importance. 
One reads articles on many diverse aspects of education: the need for em- 
phasis upon science, the lack of ethical and spiritual values, and the impor- 
tance of greater self-discipline. One hears arguments both in favor of and 
opposed to various systems of instruction. It is so easy to become preoccupied 
with techniques and secondary objectives that one loses sight of the primary 
purpose of education in our democracy. 

The primary purpose is to produce good citizens, just as our American 
forbears resolved when they first established our free-education system. 
These men of integrity realized that the security and freedom of our nation 
depended upon the quality as well as the equality of the citizens. They knew 
that our democratic system itself, to be successful, must develop character. 
Knowing this, they began an educational system which they hoped would 
enable all to uphold the highest ideals of our democracy. With the purpose 
of producing good citizens, our educational system was founded; now, over 




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three hundred years later, our purpose remains the same. We still 
realize that a good citizen is one who is prepared to live a happy, peaceful, 
and useful life; one who is fitted to meet all physical, social, intellectual, 
and spiritual needs. 

One must first be prepared to cope with the physical needs of his life. He 
must be able to earn a living so that he can provide for himself those neces- 
sities and conveniences so essential to his physical comfort. He must also know 
how to take care of his health so that he can remain strong and able. In one 
scientific study fifty-eight per cent, of American youths failed one or more 
of six tests for muscular strength and flexibility. The failure rate of Euro- 
pean children in the same tests was only eight per cent. Statistics such as 
these indicate that too few Americans are receiving proper health training. 

Then, too, a good citizen must cultivate the art of social living. He must 
possess self-control as well as self-reliance, enabling him to live and work 
harmoniously as a member of his family and his community. He must be 
aware of his responsibilities as a United States citizen and must be willing 
to shoulder conscientiously his share of maintaining public law and order. 
He must clearly see his duty to vote intelligently and take part in public 
affairs. 

Likewise, it is necessary that a good citizen be educated intellectually. 
He must not only possess considerable knowledge, but he must be trained 
to use that knowledge well and encouraged to seek additional information. 
He must be able to think clearly, to use good judgment, and to make deci- 
sions. He must realize that without a highly developed science our nation 
lacks the power to survive. Since we are at present engaged in an intense race 
for scientific knowledge, our civilization, our very existence, is dependent 
upon the continual quest for perfection in our scientific achievements. 

In addition, he must also realize that modern science contains many new 
ideas which must be regulated. Charles Lindbergh, in his latest book, 
entitled "Of Flight and Life," states: "Scientific truth can bring evil as 
well as good, destroy as well as construct; its achievements depend less on 
its own substance than on a guiding Power beyond — a power not bound 
up in formulas of knowledge.". If our civilization is to continue, we must 
guide the material power of our science according to the spiritual truths 
of our God. 

Finally, a good citizen must be a person of highest character and ideals. 
He must recognize the laws of nature as God's gift and place his faith in 
God's purpose for human life. It has been said that the deeper one's spi- 
ritual values, the richer his life becomes and the more he enriches the lives 
of others. The good citizen is truly a person of deepest spiritual values. 

The purpose of education, then, is to produce good citizens for demo- 
cratic living. This can be accomplished only when all these aspects of 
man's nature, physical, social, intellectual, and spiritual, are taken into 
consideration. There must be an equal balance of body, mind, and spirit. 

Our survival as a nation is wholly dependent upon the quality of our 
civilization, our physical strength, the mind of science, and the balance of 
the spirit of Christ. Education must accomplish this balance in our people, 
for the future of our nation is dependent upon good citizens, enlightened 
citizens, citizens of extraordinary quality. 




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BEVERLY ALDEN 



Be 



Thayer Academy 1 ; Verse Speaking Choir 
I; Honors 2; Gregg Transcription Certifi- 
cate 60, 80, 3; Typewriting Ce tificate 51, 
3; Mrs. Masters' Secretary 3; Who's Who 
4; Dramatic Club 4; Band 1,2,3; Choir 
1,2,3. 

"/ hope 1 get that raise." 



CHRISTOPHER ANDERSON Chris 

South Junior High 1; A.V. Club 1; Volley- 
ball 1: Basketball 1; Cross Country 2; 
Junior Nominating 3. 

",W) plans for the bridge are ready, sir." 



WILLIAM ARMS! KONG Bill 

"/ hope these sketches meet your 
approval." 



DAVID ARNOLD 



Gibby 



Student Council 3.4; Football 1,3; Open 
House Exhibit 1,2; High Honors 2,3; 
Honors 1 ; Merit Award Winner 3. 

"Mr. Arnold, you hate been chosen the 
most successful man in town." 



DAVID ANDERSEN Andy 

"Anderson, would you finish cutting 
stock for that book before you leave?' 



ROBERT ASH 



Bob 



the 



Student Council 2,3,4; Open House Exhibit 
3; V.S. Secretary and Treasurer 4; Class 
Dues Collector 4. 

"Bob, do you need any supplies for 
the garage this week?" 



BARBARA AuCOIN 



Barb 



RICHARD BALBONT 



Dicky Boy 



Dramatic Club 4; Senior Nominating 4; 
Senior Party 4; Class Banquet 4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,4; Softball 1,3; Pep Club 1,2; 
Badminton 2. 

'Hens.' do you want your hair styled, miss?" 



Merit Award Winner J; Student Council 
1,2,3.4; Student Government 3; Open 
House Exhibit 2.3; Honors 1,2.3. 

"Dick, here is the dual carburetor you 
ordered for your hot rod." 



CAROL AVERILL 

Dramatic Club 4; Pep Club 1,2; Spanish 
Club 2; Attendance Slips 4; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 3; Mr. Turcotte's 
Secretary 4; Reflector Advertising Staff 2; 
Who's Who 4. 

"Mr. Eoonc will see you now, sir." 



MARIE BAGLIONE 

Girls' Latin 1 ; Latin Certificate of Superior 
Merit 3; Home Room Messenger 4; Honors 
2,3; Pep Club 2; Future Nurses' Club 3. 

"Find the square root of both sides 
of the equation." 



ALFRED BALENTINE 



Fred 



South Junior High 1 ; Softball 1 ; Badmin- 
ton 1; Volleyball 1. 

"I'm going to bed early tonight to be in 
trim for the quarter-mile race 
tomorrow." 



PHILIP BARBER 



Phil 



Student Council 2; Open House Exhibit 1. 
2; Home Room Messenger 1,2; Honors 
1.2,3. 

"1 cut the board lath of an inch 
short" 




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PATRICIA BARBIERE 



Pat 



DIANNE BARRETT 



Di 



Open House Exhibit 1.2; Farewell Assem- 
bly 3; Phantom Frolic 4: Mr. Browns 
Secretary 4; Reflector Secretary 4; Junior 
Party 3; Cap and Gown Committee 4; 
Honors 2. 

"Flight 19 leaving at 36." 



South lunior High 1; Mr. Dwyer's and 
Miss White's Secretary 4; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate 60. 3; Typewriting Certifi- 
cate 54. 3; Dramatic Club 4; Pep Club 3; 
Attendance Slips 4; Choir 1. 

"Take a letter immediately, Miss Barrett." 



JAMES BARNES 



Satch 



BEVERLY BEANE 



Be 



Football Manager 1,2.3.4; Ice Hockey Man- 
ager 4. 

"What's cookin'?" 



South Tunior High 1; Miss Ghiorse's Secre- 
tary 3.4; Orchestra 1.2,3,4; Choir 1,2.3,4 
State Music Festival 2.3; Gregg Transcrip 
tion Certificate 60, 80, }; Badminton 2,3 
Basketball 1,2,3,4. 

"Dad, will you take Junior for a walk?' 



GRACE BARRANCO 



Vicki 



DEBORAH BELL 



Deb 



Girls' High School 1; Dramatic Club 4; 
Pep Club 3.4; Reflector Art Staff 4; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 80 3, 100, 4; 
Miss Benson's Secretary 3,4. 

"I'm ready for dictation, Mr. Jones." 



South Junior High 1; Assembly Committee 
1; Office Assistant 1; Open House Exhibit 
2; Pep Club 2; Class History Committee 
Chairman 4; Basketball 1.2,4; Badminton 
1,2; Softball 1,2; Volleyball 1,2. 

"The new line of spring fashions has 
just come, Mr. Jordan." 





THOMAS BERARDI 



Red 



A.V. Club 1,2; Home Room Messenger 1; 
Football 2. 

"The accounts receivable ledger does 
not balance, Mr. Jones." 



LOWELL BEZANSON 
Hingham High School 1,2 



Buzz 

F.F.A. 3,4. 



"Don't forget, Jim, we're sending 500 
head of cattle to market next month." 



CAROLE BERNARD 

South Junior High 1; Honors 2,3; Reflector 
Art Staff 2,3,4; Future Nurses' Club 2,3,4, 
President 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Volleyball 
2,3,4; Softball 2.3: Badminton 2,3; Field 
Hockey 2,3,4; Tennis 2,3. 

"Miss Bernard is wanted in the operating 
room at once." 



DONNA BIXBY 

South Junior High 1 ; Sophomore Nomi- 
nating 2; Reflector Literary Staff 3,4; Span- 
ish Club 2; Pep Club 2,3; Dramatic Club 
4; Choir 2; Open House Exhibit 2. 

"Father knows best, Bobby." 



ROBERT BETTS 



Bobby 



CLARK BOOTH 



Clarkic 



Audio Visual Aid 2; Student Council 2. 
3,4; Band 2,3; Orchestra 2.3: Open House 
Exhibit 1,2,3; Victory Dance t; Senior 
Prom 4; Honors 1,2,3. 

"Bob, can you finish drawing the plans 
for my house by tonight?" 



Norwell High 1,2; Basketball 1; Soccer 
1,2; Baseball 1.2,3: Intra-Mural Basketball 



1,2, Co-Captain 
Farewell Assembly 



Sophomore Parry 
Phantom Frolic 4: 



Science Club 1; French Club 2. 

"Weymouth looked wonderful on that field 
yesterday. They defeated Quincy 29 to 20." 



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ELIZABFTH BOSTWICK 



Item 



JANET BRIGGS 



Jan 



South Junior High 1 ; Chorus 1 ; M. & S. 
Honor Essayist 2; Honors 1; Attendance- 
Slips 4; Mr. White's Secretary 3,4; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, SO, 3; Basket- 
bail 1; Reflector Staff 1; Volleyball 1. 

"I've just returned from a trip around the 
world and 1 hope to go again soon." 



CONSTANCE BRASSO 



Connie 



Pep Club 2; Spanish Club 2; Badminton 2; 
Science Fair Exhibit 1 ; Open House Ex- 
hibit 2; Home Room Messenger 2; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 3; Miss 
Flaherty S and Mr. Ghiorsc's Secretary 4. 

"His Excellency is in conference. 
May I lake a message?" 



Honors 1,2,3; Latin Certificate of Superior 
Me-it 2; Senior Prom 4; French Club 
President 4; Student Council 2; Student 
M irslul v. Autumn Leaves 4; Dramatic 
Club 4; Basketball 1,2,4; Softball 1,2,3. 

"Two tickets to Alloona, Pennsylvania, 
please." 



GAIL BRITTAIN 

South Junior High 1 ; Monday Club Hon- 
orary Member 4; High Honors 1,2,3; Latin 
Certificate of Eminent Merit 3; Yearbook 
Staff Assistant Editor 4; Class Dues Collec- 
tor 4; Class Motto 3; Student Marshal 4. 

"/ think this bridge design can be 
improved, Miss Briltain." 



DOROTHY BRAZEAU 



Dotty 



RICHARD BROCKLESBY 



Dick 



South Junior High t; Pep Club 2.3; Mr. 
Kelly's Secretary t; Open House Exhibit 
1.2; Basketball 2; Badminton 2; Attend- 
ance Slips 3,4; Honors L. 

"Excuse me, Mr. O'Connor, but I missed 
everything after 'Dear Sir'," 



Honors 2; Dramatic Club 4; Phantom 
Frolic i (.lass History I; Junior Decorat- 
ing 3. 

"Here's a real 'rock and roll' record." 



DONALD BROWN Brownie 

"That's a fine railing on your front steps.'" 



WILLIAM BROWN 

Cap and Gown Committee 4. 

"Some day I hope to be an executive 
in this office." 



ROBERT BROWN Brownie 

"Do I smell smoke?" 



DONALD BRYANT 

South Junior High lj Volleyball I; Soft- 
ball 1; Farewell Assembly 3; Ice Hockey 
4; Graduation Reception 4. 

"How to invest my millions has now 
become a problem." 



WAYNE BROWN 



Hey 



South Jun or High 1; Football I; Student 
Marshal 3; Senior Prom -t; Yearbook Pol- 
icy 4. 

"The class will now come to order." 



HANNAH BURGESS 

Honors 1,2,3; Reflector Literary Staff 2,3,4; 
Latin Award of Honorable Merit 2; Junior 
Nominating 3; Senior Nominating 4; Jun- 
ior Party 3; Senior Party 4; Class Motto 3; 
Student Marshal 4; Badminton 1,2,3. 

"Spreading good will is such interesting 
work." 




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JOHN BURGESS 

South Junior High 1; Class President 2,3,4; 
Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 
1,2,3.4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 3; Fare- 
well Assembly 3; Student Marshal 2,3,4; 
junior Rotarian 4. 

"This engineering feat is certainly 
challenging." 



WILLIAM BURTON 

Open House Exhibit 1,2,3. 

"Where's my ruler?' 



Weasel 



WENDELL BURKE 



Bob CHARLES BUZAREWICZ 



Buz 



Student Council 2,3.4; Open House Exhibit 
1,2,3; Cap and Gown Committee 4. 

"Bob, how about sanding down this 
table for me?" 



A.V. Club 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 3; 
Spring Track 3; Winter Track 3,4; Cap 
and Gow n 4; Honors 1; Open House Ex- 
hibit 4; Radio Club 3; Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 47, 3; Mr. Cleaves's Secretary 3; 
Lighting for Assemblies 3. 

"/ shan't be home for dinner, dear. I hare 
an important business engagement." 



WILLIAM BURNS 



Bill 



WILLIAM BYBERG 



Bill 



Student Council 4; Open House Exhibit 2. 

"Would you take a loot at this car? 
It wouldn't start this morning." 



A.V. Club 1 ; Football 1 ; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit 1; Lighting for Science Fair Exhibit 
2; Open House Exhibit 4; Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 47, 3; Mr. Collins's Secretary 3,4; 
Attendance Slips 4. 

"When your car is feeling low, visit 
Bill and see it go." 





^MILDRED CALDWELL 



South Junior High 1; Badminton 1; Basket- 
ball 1; Baseball 1; Softball 1; Volleyball 1; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 3,4; Mr. Tur- 
cotte's Secretary 3,4; Who's Who 4; Type- 
writing Certificate 47, 3; Choir 1; State 
Music Festival 1; Drum Majorette 1; Pep 
Club 2; Dramatic Club 1. 

"I'm going to join the Navy to be 
with him." 



DAVID CASSETTI 
Football 4. 



Newt 



'Dave, will you watch where you 
hammer the nail?" 



ROWENA CANAVAN 



Ncnc GEORGE CAVANAUC1 1 



South Junior 1; Basketball 1: Softball 1,2; 
Badminton 1,2; Library Assistant 1; Band 
1,2,3; Volleyball 3; Cafeteria Assistant 2; 
Future Nurses' Club 3,4. 

"Come back in six months for another 
denial check-up." 



South Junior High School 1; Projection 
Club I ; Football 1 ; Home Room Messen- 
ger 3. 

"Sarge says I have night duly again." 



JOSEPH CARVEN 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketbal 
3,4; Baseball 1,2; Studer 



Student Marshal 
Honor Roll 1. 



Joe 

1,2,3,4; Track 
Council 1,2; 



GAIL CAZEAULT 



Nui 



i; Junior Decorating 3: 
"After college? That's too uncertain now." 



Pep Club 2,3; Dramatic Club 4; Badmin- 
ton 1,3; Basketball 1,4. 

"Did he say he had some extra work 
for me to do?" 



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we ai 




BARBARA CHAMBERS 



Barb 



Senior Party Committee 4; Junior Party 
Committee 3; Reflector Secretary 4; Re- 
flector Literary Staff 2,3.4; Typewriting 
Certificate 46 words, J; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Dramatic Club 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Autumn 
Leaves Dance 4; Softball 1,2; Attendance 
Slips 4. 

"Doctor, this is an emergency case." 



BERNARD CHAUPPETTE 

Student Council 2,3.4; Who's Who 4; 
Open House Exhibit 2.3; Honors 3- 

"Build it now. Get your bluebrints at 
Bernard Chaupcttc and Co." 



ANNA CHEVERIE 



Sylv 



Braintrec High 1; Basketball 1.3.4; Soft- 
ball 1,4. 

"/ burnt the toast again, dear." 



ROBERT CHICK 



Chick 



South Junior High L; Chemistry Laboratory 
Assistant 3; Physics Laboratory Assistant 4; 
Audiovisual Projectionist 1,2,3,4; Foot- 
ball 1,2; Basketball 1. 

"Now, gentlemen, bow does $50,000 
per gross sound?" 



PA I RICTA CICCHESE 



Pat 



Honors 1,2; Future Nurses' Club 2,3; Pep 
Club 2; Basketball 1.2. 

The doctor is in the operating room. 
W'tll you plcaic sit doun and wail." 



DOLORES CIGN ARELLA Dee 

Sicrel Hea't High Weymouth I; Pep Club 
2.S; Spanish Club 3; Dramatic Club 4. 

"I'll make the front cover of LOOK 
some day." 



BARBARA CLAPP 



Barb 



Pep Club 2,3, Science Fair Exhibit 1; Bad- 
minton 1,2; Basketball 1,2.1; Softball 1,2. 

"Good morning, sir. Hate you any 
letters to be typed?" 



ROGER CLAPP 



Bud 



South Junior High 1; Chorus 1; Baseball 1, 
Badminton 1; Assemblies 1. 

"Rog. my spark plugs need replacing. 
Hare yon time to do it now?" 



DAVID CLEVELAND Deed 
Senior Party 4; Open House Exhibit 1,2,3; 
Honors 2. 

"Handle my saw carefully." 



MARGARET COIU IRN 



Red 



South Junior High I; Gregg Transcription 
60. 80. 3; 100, 4: Mr. Kearns's Secretary 
3.4; Pep Club 3; Farewell Assembly 3; 
Glee Club 1. 

"I'm sorry, sir. 1 cannot stay after 
hours tonight." 



CLAIRE COLLINS 

Braintree High 1,2; Pep Club 2; Mr. lal- 
mar Nelson's Secretary and Mr. W'hitte 
mores Secretary 4; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 60 words, 3; Senior Prom 4. 

"Does that sparkle in her eye reflect 
another sparkle?" 



ROBERT COMEAU 



Coke 



Football 1.2.3; Baseball 1.2; Basketball 1.2; 
Student Marshal 2,3.4; Fire Drill 3,4. 

"Here's your badge. Number 714." 




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CARL A CONNELL 

Hingham High 1; Future Nurses' Club 2, 
3,4; Dramatic Club 4; Spanish Club 3.4; 
Senior Nominating Committee 4; High 
Honors j; Honors I; Choir 1,2,3; Pep 
Club 2,3; Farewell Assembly 3; Class Dues 
Collector 4; South Eastern Music Festi- 
val 2. 

"Time to take your temperature." 



DOROTHY CONNOR 



Dotty 



South Junior High 1; Basketball I; Choir 
1; Fashion Show 1; Music Festival 1; 
Christmas Pageant 1 : Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee 4: Miss Langford s Secretary 4; Bad- 
minton 1; Volleyball 1. 

"Do you wish a permanent, madam?" 



CORNELIA COLJGHLIN 



Connie 



Future Nurses' Club 4; Pep Club 1,2; 
Basektball 1 ; Badminton 1 ; Volleyball 1 ; 
Science Fair Exhibit 1; Junior Decorating 
3; Lunch Room Assistant 2. 

"Nurse Coughlin wanted in surgery." 



CLAYTON COWING 



Clayt 



Bookroom 2,4; Key Club 3; Physics Lab 
Assistant 4. 

" E = 9 " 
r2 



PAUL CRAFFEY 

Student Council Assistant 1 ; Football 1 ; 
Phantom Frolic 4; Farewell Assembly 3; 
Dramatic Club 4; Honors 1,2; Science Ex- 
hibit 1. 

"Tune in tomorrow and hear how the 
Barber family fight to save 
their home." 



PRISCILLA CREAVEN 



Prill 



Honors 1,2,3; Latin Certificate of Honor- 
able Merit 2; Reflector Literary Staff 3,4; 
Home Room Messenger 4; Who's Who 4; 
Dramatic Club (; Badminton 1; Basketball 
1,2; Volleyball 1; Farewell Assembly 3. 

"On page 20 in your English books — " 





ROSE CRESSWELL 



Rosie JOAN CROCKER 



South Junior High 1; Glee Club 1; Senior 
Nominating 4; Class Banquet 4; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 100, 120, 3; Type- 
writing 70. 4; Miss Stockwell's Secretary 4; 
Spanish Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; Attend- 
ance Slips 4; Basketball 3.4. 

"Madam President, Her Majesty, the 
Queen, is here." 



CAROL CRIMMINS 

Pep Club 2; Reflector Literary Staff 2,3,4; 
Junior Nominating 3; Dramatic Club 4; 
Honors 1,2,3; Class History 4; Farewell 
Assembly 3; Punkin' Hop t; Lunch Room 
Assistant 1; Badminton 1,2. 

"Have you ever suffered from a 
persecution complex?" 



CALVIN CROCKER 

South Junior High 1; Orchestra 1. 

"f = e E" 



Jc 



South Junior High 1; Choir 1; Dramatic 
Club 4; Band 2; Badminton 3: Basketball 
2; Attendance Slips 4; Farewell Assembly 
3; Gregg Shorthand Transcription Certifi- 
cate 60, 3; Senior Party 4; Miss Gloster's 
and Miss Benson's Secretary 4. 

"Please fasten your safety belts." 



KATHLEEN CROKE 



Crokcv 



South Junior High 1; Volleyball 1; Softball 
1; Basketball 1; Basketball 4. 

"These typewriter keys are stuck again." 



Cal JOHN CROSS 



Johnny 



Class Vice President 2: Football 1,2,3; 
Baseball 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1,2; Student 
Marshal 3,4. 

"Just the facts, ma'am." 



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hp an 1 




ALLAN CROWTHF.R 



Croul 



F.F.A. 1 .2,3.4; F.F.A. Fair Committee L; 
F.F.A. Reporter 4; Square Dance 4. 

"Have you fed the chickens yet?" 



DORIS CUMMING 

South Junior High 1; Honors 2,3; Dra- 
matic Club, Treasurer 4; Class Dues Col- 
lector 4; Graduation Reception, Chairman 
4; Home Room Messenger 2.3: Farewell 
Assembly 3; Pep Club 3; Junior High 
Office 2,3; Student Marshal 3; State Music 
Festival I: Choir I; Student Council. Treas- 
urer 1; Lunch Room Cashier 1; Lunch 
Room Assistant 1; Basketball 1,2; Softball 
1,2; Volleyball 1; Badminton 1. 

"Open your mouth wider, please" 



M \l' TIN CUNNINGHAM 



M.lrU 



Football 1.2; Baseball 1.2.3; Student Mar- 
shal 1.3.4; Fire Drill 3.4. 

"Will you please tell the court what 
happened, captain." 



LEONARD DALTO 

Who's Who 4. 



Lcn 



JOHN DAN1ELF. 

Honors 2. 



Pi Ill's U 



"/Mr. Dalto, here are the keys to the new 
Cadillac Eldorado you just won." 



"Now just relax and try to recall 
your childhood." 



GEORGE DALY 



Pop 



RICHARD DANIELE 



Nt 



ROBERT CURTIN 

Football 1.2. 

"Bombs away." 



Bob 



JOSEPH CUSHM \\ Cush 

Student Council 1; Open House Exhibit 2. 
"It isn't plumb." 



RALPH CUTTER 

Camera Club 4; Open House Exhibit 3; 
Science Fair 2; Phantom Frolic 4. 

"Hate you heard of the U. S. Navy's 
Viking rocket?" 



Choir 1; Volleyball 1; Softball 1; Bad- 
minton 1; Winter Track 2; Senior Prom 
Committee 4. 

"Admiral, the fleet is assembled and 
waiting for your orders." 



Student Council 3,4; Honors 1,2; High 
Honors 3; Latin Certificate of Superior 
Merit 2; Student Marshal 4; Football 1,2; 
Basketball 1: Yearbook Staff 4; Junior 
Nominating 3; Book Room Duty 1.2,3. 

"Don't disturb me now. I'm reading 
an article on metallurgy." 



JANE DAMON 

South Junior High 1; Honors 1.3; High 
Honors 2; Senior Nominating 4; Senior 
Prom Chairman 4; Student Council 3; 
Laboratory Assistant 4; Sophomore Nomi- 
nating Chairman 2; Dramatic Club 4. 

"Yes, Mr. Damon is the chairman 
of our board." 



GEORGE DAVIS 
Student Council 2,3,4. 



Dog Eye 



"How many people hate admired the 
sign on my lamp post.'" 




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JI DITH DcBLOlS 



Judy 



RUSSELL DELANO 



Rus 



D r .:matic Club 4; Science Fair Exhibit I; 
O. en House Exhibit 1.2. 

"Yes, sir, I'm sure I put the ledgers 
in the vault." 



Hingham High 1; Football 23,4; F.F.A. 
2,3,4; Honors 2. 

"The '66 Olds is for me!" 



DONALD DcBUIGNV 

Cap and Gown Committee 4. 



Don 



"Now thrJ I've made my million, 
it hat ' II I do uith it?" 



HARRY DELLAMANO Del 

Football 1,2,3,4; Graduation Reception 4. 

"/ don't think I'll ever get used to my 
title, Mr. President." 



ELEANOR DeGRENIER 



KIIi 



DONALD DiBONA 



Don 



Open House E :hibit 1,2; Science Fair Ex- 
hibit I; Pep C!ub 1,2; Basketball 4. 

"The office mail has come, Mr. Cote." 



Dramatic Club 4; Phantom Frolic 4; Jun- 
ior Decorating 3- 

"Please take a letter, Miss LaValle." 





ILDA DiMECO 

Miss Toomey's Secretary 4; Who's Who 4; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3; 
Grammar School Messenger 1,2,3; Open 
•House Exhibit 1 . 

"I'm ready for dictation, Mr. Clark." 



JOHN DONNELLY 

Boston Technical High 1. 

"I'm sure the blueprints are here.' 



LEO DONADIO 



Fred 



1 ORETTA DONWAY 



Rctta 



Hish Honors 3; Honors 1,2; Merit Award 
Winner 3; Student Council 2,3,4: Student 
Government 4; Open House Exhibit 1,2,3; 
V.S. Class Vice-President 4; Junior Rota- 
rian 4. 

"I dropped my hammer." 



South Junior High 1; Honors 1.2.3; Who s 
Who 4; Yearbook Policy 4; Dramatic Club 
4; Home Room Messenger 3,4; Pep Club 
2,3i Spani-h Club }; French Club 4; Bad- 
mimon 1,2; Softball 2; Basketball 1.2. 

"Dr. Garcin u ill be u ith you in a 
moment, Mrs. Hunt." 



MARIE DONAHUE 



Bunny BARBARA DO\VD 



Red 



Honors 1,2; Phantom Frolic 4; Student 
Marshal 3; Dramitic Club 4; Home Room 
Messenger 1; Pep Club 1,2,3; Badminton 
2; Basketball 2,3; Field Hockey 2,3: Vol- 
leyball 2. 

"Mr. Welsh's office. Attorney at Law. 
Miss Donahue speaking." 



South Junior High 1; Student Council L; 
Choir 1 Badminton 1: Volleyball I; Bas- 
ketball I; Open House Exhibit 2. 

"Fire o'clock.' Rise and shine."' 




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RICHARD DOWLING Doll 

Cross Country 1,2; Spring Track }; Win- 
ter Track 2: Senior Parry 2. 

"/ never thought I could pilch a no-hitler 
again)! the Yankees." 



DIANA DREISBACH 



Dee Je 



Milford High School 1,2: Camera Club 1; 
Softball 1.2.3; Basketball 1.2. Honors 3; 
Dramatic Club 4; French Club 4: Reflector 
Art Editor 4; Victory Dance 3; Junior 
Decorating 3; Pum kin Hop 3. 

"Please. Miss Dreishach, more paint on 
the scenery and less on you." 



BEVERLY DOWNS 



Squeekie 



Jl \\ 1)1 \l I \\l 



Jcjnic 



Christopher Columbus Central High I; 
Open House Exhibit 1; Science Fair Exhibit 
I; Basketball 4; Pep Club 1.2: Future 
Nurses' Club 2.3; Badminton 2. 

"Don't you ladies ever lire ol talking?" 



South Junior High 1; Open House Exhibit 
2: Clothing Laboratory Assistant 2,3,4; Cap 
and Gown Committee 4. 

"Isn't the report ready, Miss Dunham?" 



CAROLE DRAPER 

French Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Spanish 
Club 3; Attendance Slips 2; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Honorable Merit 2; Class His- 
tory 4. 

"Calling Miss Draper! Emergency!" 



JO W IK N K I RLY 



Scotty 



Open House Exhibit 1,2; Clothing Labora- 
tory Assistant 2.3,4. 

"Miss Dunkerly, one coffee break 
a day, please." 



BARBARA Dl Nl \P 



B.irh 



Nort Terrace High School. Schenectady. 
N. Y. 1,2,3; Terrace Guards 3: Ski Club 
2,3: Leaders' Club 3; Dramatic Club 4. 

"Our home for delinquent boys is 
nou under uay." 



CHESTER DL'NN 
Football 1; A.V. Club 2,3.4. 



Chct 



"Do you uanl to buy a ten-room house 
with a four-car garage?" 



JOHN DUNN 

South Junior High 1; F.F.A. 
urer 4; Junior Decorating 3. 



1.2. 



Treas- 



CH R1STOPH I; R DI TRA 

South Junior High 1; F.F.A. 
Frolic 4; Junior Decorating 3- 



"With this fine weather, u e ll hate 
excellent harvest." 




BE \ I RICE DUPREY 

South Junior High I; Honors 1.2.3. Cheer- 
leader 3.4; Spanish Club 3.4. Treasurer 3: 
Dramatic Club 4: Graduation Reception 4; 
Reflector Literary Staff 2.3,4: Pep Club 2,3; 
Choir 2,3; Field Hockey 2,3. 

"Madam, don't you admire the color 
scheme of this outfit?" 



DAVID DI STON 

Braintree High 1: Honors 3; Class Dues 
Collector 4; School Services Committee 4; 
Rifle Team 1. 

"Are the plans for the bridge in 
Kalamazoo ready for inspection?" 



Chris 
Phantom 



"/ do u ish the borers uould stop 
eating my corn.'" 



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HENRY DuVERGER 



Hank MARGO ELLIS 



Honors 1,2,5; Student Marshal 4; Fare- 
well Assembly 3; Sophomore Nominating 
2; Junior Nominating J; Sophomote Party 
2; Junior Part>' 3; Open House Exhibit 1; 
Football 1.2; Senior Nominating 4. 

"Gentlemen, I am happy to present the 
plans for our new skyscraper." 



South Junior High I; Vocational School 
Secretary 2,3.4; Reflector Advertising Staff 
2.3; Pep Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; Bad- 
minton 1,2,3: Softball 1,2,3; Volleyball 
1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3. 

"Good morning. Dr. Brown's office. 
May I help you?" 



WILLIAM ELDRIDGE 



Bill JEANNE EWING 



South Junior High 1 ; Laboratory Assistant 
3.4; Honors 1,2,3; A.V. Club 1,2; Sci- 
ence Fair Exhibit 4; Farewell Assembly 3; 
Grammar School Messenger 2. 

"Mr. Eld ridge, this post is 1/1000 of 
an inch out of position." 



North Quincy High 1.2,3; Receptionist 
2.3; Secretary to North Quincy High Office 
3; Dramatic Club 4. 

"There is an error, miss, in the profit 
and loss columns." 



SYLVIA ELIOPOULOS 



Syl 



T. A. Edison High. Boston 1; Laboratory- 
Assistant 4; Student Marshal 4; High 
Honors 3; Honors 2; Latin Certificate of 
Honorable Merit 2.3; Senior Party 4; Dra- 
matic Club 4; French Club 4. 

"Don't drop that test tube!" 



DANIEL FABYAN 

Football 1 . 

"Ala, pass a piece of wood. I gotta 
finish my whittling." 





RICHARD FARWELL 

High Honors 1,2; Honors }; Student Coun- 
cil 2,3.4; Who's Who 4. 

• "Call Mr. Faruell as your contractor — 
EDgewater 5-6230." 



ROBERT FAY 



Bob 



W.V.S. Class President 4; Honors 2,3; 
Merit Award Winner Second Term 3; 
Junior Marshal 5; Football 2.3,4; Good 
Government Day Representative 4; Junior 
Rotarian 4; Open House Exhibit 2,3,4; 
Winter Track 4; Class Motto 3; Reflector 
Literary Staff 4; Senior Party 4. 

"Are the plans complete for the continu- 
ation of Route 128?" 



EDWARD FASCI 



Ed 



South Junior High 1; A.V. Club 1,2,3, 
Manager 4; Football Photographer 1,2,3; 
Lighting for Assemblies 2,3,4. 

"/ still have 50 houses to rewire in 
flood area." 



JOHN FINCH 

Football 1.2; Student Council 4. 



Jack 



"I'm afraid we'll hate to repair the 
duct first, sir." 



PHILIP FAUSTINI 



Jack 



DAVID FINLAYSON 



Animal 



Student Marshal 3,4; Reflector Boys' Sports 
4; Junior Nominating 5; Senior Play Se- 
lection 4; Graduation Reception 4. 

"We hate had many letters requesting the 
new song by Perry Como." 



Cross Countrv . 
Track 1.2.3.4: 
Pum kin Hop I 

"Attention! 



3.4; Football 1.2; Spring 
Winter Track 1 .2.3.4: 
4; Student Matshal 2.^.4. 

Our next flight will leare 
at 1300." 



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PAUL FISKE 



Fiskie 



ELLEN FOSTER 



Lin 



Boston College High 1; Track 1; Class 
Dues Collector 4. 

"Off we go into the wide blue yonder, 
flying high into the sun." 



Point Junior High. Quincy Point 1; Quincy 
High 2; Volleyball 2; Dramatic Club 2; 
Badminton 2; Randolph High 3; Field 
Hockey 3. 

"Yes, Mr. Green, that letter went out 
yesterday." 



I V. WHENCE FLAHERTY Larr> 

Open House Exhibic 2. 

"Flaherty is the fastest pressman I've seen. 
That's his third form today." 



SHIRLEY FREDRICKSEN 



South Junior High 1; Student Marshal 1; 
Assembly Committee, President 1; Volley- 
ball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Softball 1; 
Pep Club 2,3; Mr. Mahn's Secretary 4. 

"Those letters it ill be ready in half 
an hour, Air. Blake." 



PAULA FRYAR 



Shultzie 



Dramatic Club 4; Pep Club 1,2; Choir 1.2; 
Basketball 2,3,4; Attendance Slips 4; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 3; Junior Party 3. 

"Mr. Powers, w ould you please repeat 
that last sentence?" 



RICHARD FUCCI 



Dick 



Open House Exhibit 1,2,3; Cap and Gown 
Committee 4. 

"Dick will finish the end table for you." 



JANE FOSTER 

South Junior High 1; Spanish Club 3.4, 
Vice-President 3; Reflet lot Advertising 
Staff 2,3; Reflector Literary Staff 2,3,4; 
Cheerleader 1.3.4; Honors 2,3; Pep Club 
2,3; Graduation Reception 4; Dramatic 
Club 4; Student Council 1; Choir 1,2; State 
Music Festival 1; Badminton 1; Basketball 
1,2; Field Hockey 2; Softball 1; Volley- 
ball 1,2. 

"Cecil Chapman and 1 are attending the 
contention at the Sherry Billmore 
together." 



GRACE FORSYTHE Gracic 

South Junior High 1; Glee Club; Bad- 
minton 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Mr. Brown's Sec- 
retary 3,4. 

"The color of the wall paper must definitely 
not clash with the rug." 



CAROLYN ERASER 



.1 



A.V. Club 1 ; Science Fair Exhibit 1 ; Open 
House Exhibit I ; Home Room Messenger 
1; Pep Club 1,2.3; Spanish Club 2; Junior 
Party 3; Dramatic Club 4; Cap and Gown 
Committee ■»; Attendance Slips 4. 

"Now, now, this won't hurt." 



Shirl JOHN FULTZ 



Jack 



South Junior High 1; Baseball 1; Glee 
Club 1; Junior Party 3. 

"The first drafts of the circuit brakes 
are in order." 



ANNE GALLAGHER 

South Junior High 1; Student Marshal 4: 
Senior Prom Committee 4; Dramatic Club 
4; F.F.A. Secretary 4; Vocational School 
Assistant Secretary 3,4; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate, 100 words, 4; Basketball 
1,2; Softball 1,2. 

"/ am sorry, sir. I hate strict orders for 
you not to enter. The doctors are 
all in conference." 



ANNE GAUVIN 



Rod 



Blessed Sacrament High School. Jamaica 
Plain 1; Science Exhibit 1; Social Com- 
mittee 1; Spiritual Committee 1; Basket- 
ball 1 ; Gym Demonstration 1 ; Lunch Room 
Assistant 2; Open House Exhibit 2; Soft- 
ball 2. 

"Good morning. Mr. Shepherd's office. 
May 1 help you?" 




MARY GEWECKE 

Softball 1.2; Basketball 1,2,4; Volleyball 
1,2,3; Phantom Frolic 4; Badminton 2,3; 
Library Assistant 1 ; Lunch Room Assist- 
ant 1. 

"I bare just finished filing. Do you 
wish some letters sent out?" 



JOANNE GILBERTI 



J° 



Cathedral High. Boston 1; Cheerleader 1; 
Basketball 2; Badminton 2; Home Room 
Messenger 3; Dramatic Club 4; Attendance 
Slips 4; Assistant to Miss Hackett 4. 

"Here are your ledgers. They are 
in order, sir." 



GORDON GIGIERE 
Open House Exhibit 1,2,3. 



"Do we bate any extra strips of metal 
from the last order?" 



BRIAN GILES 

South Junior High 1; Choir 1; A.V. Club 
2,3,4; Cross Country I; Key Club 2,3; 
Cap and Gown Committee 4. 

"All the plans hare been completed 
for the new bridge." 



ENRICO GILBERTI 



Rico 



Cathedral High. Boston 1; Football 2; 
Track 2. 

"I'll repair the telephone as soon as I 
can discover what's wrong." 



PETER GILLESPIE Pete 

Boston Latin 1,2; Honors 3. 

"1 hare finished the plans for the electrical 
circuits on the first floor." 





JOAN GIOVANNUCCI 



J" 



Student Council 2.3; Open House 2,3.4; 
Student Government 2,3; Senior Play 2, 
3; Stage hand 4. 



carpenter. 



South Junior High Badminton 1 : Basket- 
ball 1.2; Field Hockey 3; Glee Club 1: 
Softball 1,2; Volleyball 3,4; Open House 
Exhibit, Fashion Show 1. 

"I'm all set to play you now, Little Mo." 



ROBERT GILLIS 



Gill 



EVELYN GLIDDEN 



Lyr 



Bennington High. Vermont 1,2; All State 
2; Octet 1,2; Tri-State 1 ,2; Drama 1,2; 
Choir 1,2; Weymouth High 3,4; Junior 
Nominating 3; Junior L'sher 3; Junior 
Party 3; Thanksgiving Assembly 3; Senior 
Prom 4; Christmas Assembly 4; Phantom 
Frolic 2. 

"/ can handle this plane better than 
I can handle my own car." 



Honors 1.3; High Honors 2: Secretary to 
Mr. Hilmer S. Nelson 3.4; Senior Nomi- 
nating 4; Class Banquet 4; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion 60, SO, 3: Typewriting Certificate 56. 
3; Dramatic Club 4: Open House Exhibit 
1,2; Field Hockey 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; 
Choir 1,2. 

"The report will be sent out in lb* 
matter of minutes, Dr. Smith." 



JANE GIOVANNUCCI 



Jay 



MARY GLOVER 



Dub 



South Junior High Glee Club 1; Basket- 
ball 1,2.3: Field Hockey 3.4; Open House 
Exhibit. Fashion Show I; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate 60, 3. 

"Now we will turn to page thirty-two 
in our catechism, children." 



Softball 1.2: Open House 1.2: Basketball 
4; Science Fair 1; Attendance 4; Dramatic 
Club 4. 

"Please fasten your seal bells. The plant 
will leare in three minutes." 



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ROBERT GODDARD 



Sid 



ney 



WILLIAM GRABLE 



Billy 



Weymouth Vocational 1,2; Student Coun- 
cil 2; Weymouth High 3,4; Manager of the 
Track Team 4. 

"Station WXYZ is now leaving the air." 



Class Motto 3; Senior Party 4; Basketball 
1 ; Science Fair Exhibit 1 ; Student Mar- 
shal 3; Lunch Room Assistant 2. 

"We will start constructing the new 
highway at once." 



GAIL GOODOAK 

South Junior 1 ; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate 60, SO, 3; Phantom Frolic 4; Miss 
Norris's Secretary 3,4; Library Associate 1; 
Dramatic Club 4; Lunch Room Assistant 1; 
Basketball 1; Softball 1. 

"I'll hate Mr. Zilz call yon when 
he returns." 



SHEILA GRANT 

Mr. Mazzola's Secretary 3,4; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 3; Honor Roll 1,2; 
Open House Exhibit 1. 

"Yes, Mr. Brown, I will make an appoint- 
ment for you immediately." 



ROSALIE GORMAN 
Attendance Slips 2. 



R osic 



BEVERLY GREENBLATT 



Bev 



"Now if you want to learn this dante 
routine, just follow the steps." 



South Junior High 1; Cheerleader 1; 
Honors 1; High Honors 2,3; Reflet lor Lit- 
erary Staff 3,4; Spanish Club 2; Mr. 
Lyond's Secretary 3.4; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 120; Glee Club 1; Nominating 
Committee 2; Typewriting Certificate 49, 
3 59, 4; Pep Club 2,3; Dramatic Club 4. 

"I'm sorry, sir. Attorney Smith cannot be 
reached. He is at the Court House." 



GRACE GRIGGS 



.rlg^sic 



Attendance Slips 4; Basketball 1,3,4; Soft- 
ball 1; Open House 1,2; Science Fair 1. 

"The number has been changed. 
Consult your dictionary." 



ELEANOR HALL 

Dramatic Club 4; Pep Club 1,2; Choir 1,2 
Basketball Badminton 1; Volleyball 1 

Lunth Room Assistant 1.2,3; Honors 1,2 
Class Will 4, Open House Exhibit 1,2. 

"The patient is feeling better today. 
Doctor." 



JOHN HAAVISTO 



Jack 



Football 1,2: Basketball 1; Science Fair 1; 
Track 3; Honors 2,3; High Honors 1; 
Nominating Committee 4; Junior Party 4. 

"/ have just received my first handshake 
from the dean." 



ALICE HALPINE 

Badminton 1,2,3; State Music Festival 2; 
Attendance Slips 3; Home Room Messen- 
ger 3; Home Room Secretary 3; Dramatic 
Club 4; Victory Dance -4; Who's Who 4; 
Open House 2. 

"For homework tonight, pupils — . 



DAVID HALL 



Dave 



South Junior High 1; Volleyball 1; Labo- 
ratory Assistant 4; Key Club 3. 

"What's watt?" 



EUGENE HAMILTON 

Science Fair Exhibit 4; South Junior 
High 1. 

"This campus life is so exciting." 




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JOHN HANCOCK Johnny 

"There goes the Mack III I designed." 



NANCY HARRINGTON 



Smoky 



"My husband and I expert to move into 
our new apartment next week." 



JAMES HANDRAHAN 
Student Council 2,3.4. 



"Would you be interested in buying 
couple of neu- gas pumps for your 
garage, Mr. Handrahan?" 



Handy MARY HART 



South Junior High I; High Honors 2; 
Honors 1,3; Senior Nominating 4; Class 
Banquet 4; Dramatic Club 4; Future 
Nurses' Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Choir 
1,2; Badminton 1,2; Softball 1,2; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3.4. 

"1 just lore working in the children's 
ward 



MARILYN HANSON 



Maggie ARLENE HARTRY 



Arle 



South Junior High 1; Senior Prom 4; Dra- 
matic Club 4; Student Marshal 4; Farewell 
Assembly 3; State Music Festival 1; Glee 
Club 1; Basketball 1,3.4; Volleyball 1,3; 
Badminton 1,3,4; Softball 1. 

"How do you like my new plaid suit that 
my mother-in-law sent me from 
Scotland?" 



South Junior High 1; Pep Club 2,3; Bad- 
minton 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 
1.2; Volleyball 1.2; Open House Exhibit 
2; State Music Festival 1; Phantom Frolic 
4; Attendance Slips 4. 

"/ will always lit e here and dedicate 
myself to God." 





JAMES HAVILAND 



Jit 



NANCY HEBERT 



Mickey 



South Junior High 1; Honors 1,2,3; As 
sembly Committee 1 ; Student Marshal 1 
Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 2 
Class Motto 3; Junior LIsher 3; Yearbook 
'Staff 4. 

"Good morning! I am Dr. Haviland. 
Is there something I can do for you?" 



ANNE HEALEY 

South Junior High 1; High Honors 1,2,3; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 2.3; Pep Club 
2; Spanish Club 3; French Club 4; Old 
Colony Club Honorary Member 4; Year- 
book Policy 4; Who's Who 4. 

"John Smith, Mary Jones, 
Bill Williams, . . ." 



South Junior High 1; Chorus 1; Badminton 
1 ; Basketball 1 ; Home Room Messenger 
2; South Eastern Music Festival 1; Autumn 
Leaves 4; Miss Canning's Secretary 4; 
Class History Committee 4. 

"Niagara Falls, here we come!" 



VIRGINIA HEGARTY Ginny 

South Junior High 1; High Honors 1,2; 
Honors 3; Reflector Advertising Staff 2. 
Business Manager 3.4; Junior Nominating 
3; Home Room Messenger 4; Pum kin Hop 
4; W.V.S. Secretary 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 
3.4. 

"Please fasten your safety belts. 
We are landing. " 



DONALD HEARN 

Lunch Room Assistant 3. 



Donnie 



RICHARD HILBERT 

Cap and Gown Committee 4. 



Rich 



"Here are the plans for your new 
home, Mr. Jones." 



"Say. Joe. don't you think you should 
increase your life insurance now." 



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VIRGINIA HILL 



Ginny 



South Junior High I; Honors 2; Senior 
Nominating 4; Class Banquet 4; Junior 
Party J; Badminton 1.2,3; Basketball 1,2.3; 
Assembly Committee 1 ; Chorus 1 ; Volley- 
ball 2,3; Pep Club 2. 

"Why, yes, Mr. Sands, I'd he glad to talk 
over the plans at lunch today." 



HAROLD HOGAN Handsome Harry 

Football 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3,4; 
Victory Dance 4; Honors 1. 

"Harry, do you think you'll hate that 
car running by tonight?" 



RUSSELL HOKANSON Russ 

Open House Exhibit 2. 

"Russ, take a tew men with you and try 
to get that B-2 C J going?" 



BRE N DA HOI. BROOK 



Brcn 



South Junior High 1; Chorus 1; Basketball 
1; Senior Party 4; Reflector Advertising 
Staff I. Home Room Secretary 3; Spanish 
Club 3.4; Dramatic Club 4; Pep Club 3. 

"Good morning. Attorney Drew's office." 



I 1.1 WOK HOIS1NGTON 



BUic 



South Junior High I; Basketball 1; Volley- 
ball I; Badminton 1,3; Choir 1; Library 
Assistant 1; Honors 3; Mr. Kelly's Secre- 
tary 4. 

"/ hate five pages of the report 
already typed!" 



KAY E HOI.LOWAY 

South Junior High I ; Chorus 1 ; South East- 
ern Music Festival 1; Basketball 1; Volley- 
ball 1. 

"How is our budget this week?" 



MARTHA HOI. Ml S 



Marty 



Student Marshal 4; Mr. Lyons's Office 3.4; 
Who's Who 4; Attendance Slips 3.1; Home- 
Room Messenger 3; Badminton 2; Open 
House Exhibit 1 ,2. 

"Here I can best help mankind along 
the road to eternal happiness." 



ARTHUR HORSCH 

South Junior High 1; Student Council 2.3. 
Treasurer 4; Basketball 1; Cross Country 
2,3; Spring Track 2,3; Winter Track 2,3; 
Honors 1,2,3; Senior Prom 4. 

"This new type of airplane engine beats 
everything we have so far." 




ROBERT HOLT 



Bob 



DAVID HOWLETT 



Dave 



Student Council 2,3,4; Open House Exhibit 
1,2,3; Senior Prom 4; Honors 3- 

"Would you fly me down in your plane, 
captain, to Washington?" 



South Junior High 1 Open House Exhibit 
1,2. 

"Now hold that pose lor just a few. 
more minutes." 



ALAN HOPKINS 



Racer 



MARY HOYLE 



Long Sam 



South Junior High 1; Lunch Room Assist- 
ant 3; Cross Country 2. 

"Say, boss, where'd ya put the grease can?" 



South Junior High I; D.A.R. Candidate 4; 
Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 4; Reflector Lit- 
erary Staff 2.3: Student Council 4: Fare- 
well Assembly s; Dramatic Club 4; Pum kin 
Hop 4; Pep Club 2; Honors 1,2,3. 

"O K., girls, form your own teams 
for Softball." 











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MARY ETHEL HURST 

South Junior High I; High Honors 1,2,3: 
Student Council 1,2,3, President 4; Student 
Marshal 2,3.4: Cheerleader 4; Old Colony 
Club Honorary Member 4; Reflector Liter- 
ary Staff 2,3.4: Pep Club 2,3. 

"I'm sure we can solve your problem." 



MAUREEN JENNINGS Reenie 

Phantom Frolic 4; Reflector Secretary 4; 
Yearbook Secretary 4: Dramatic Club 4; 
Farewell Assembly 3; Future Nurses' Club 
2,3,4; Badminton 2,3,4; Attendance Slips 
1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Basketball 2. 

"What color do you want your drapes, 
Mrs. Williams?" 



WILLIAM IRISH 

Merit Award Winner 3. 



Wild Bill 



"Now at bat for the Yankees is the 
fireball King, Bill Irish." 



CHARLES JENSEN 
South Junior High 1 . 

"O.K., men. let's start drilling." 



Bud 



JOAN JACOBSON 



Joanie BARBARA JERPI 



Barb 



Central Junoir High 1: Quincy High 2; 
Honors 3; Srudent Marshal 3.4; Yearbook 
Art Editor 4; Reflector Literary Staff 3; 
Junior Decorating 3; Dramatic Club 4; 
French Club 4; Public Speaking Club 3. 

"Miss Adams, please hurry typing my uork. 
I want to send it to the publishers." 



Cap and Gown Committee 4; Yearbook 
Secretary 4; Miss Toomey's Secretary 2,3; 
Mrs. Pileggi's Secretary 4; Attendance Slips 
1; Home Room Messenger 1; Science Fair 
Exhibit 1,2; Basketball 1. 

"Open wide; this won't hurt a bit." 



ARLEEN JOHNSON 

South Junior High 1; Baskerball 1; Dra- 
matic Club 4; Class History Committee 4. 

"How should you children from Peking like 
to bear about schools in America?" 



SHIRLEY JOHNSON 





KENNETH JONES 

Needham Junior High 1. 



Kenny 



"Tomorrow we shall hate our final 
examinations." 



Shirl WILLIAM JOUBERT 



W.M. 



Dramatic Club 4; Reflector Advertising 
1,2,4; Pep Club 1.2; Senior Prom 4; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 
1,2,3,4; Badminton 1,2,4; Autumn Leaves 
4; Open House Exhibit 1,2. 

"Good morning, sir. We hope you 
will enjoy your trip." 



F.F.A., 1,2,3,4. 

"Where is my Old Farmer's Almanac'?" 



FLORENCE JONES 



Flo 



NANCY KEEFE 



Keefie 



South Junior High 1; Band 2,3.4; Choir 1 
Orchestra 3; Badminton 1.2; Basketball 1 
Volleyball 1 ; Home Room Messenger 3 
South Eastern Music Festival 2,3; State 
Music Festival 1 ; Autumn Leaves 4. 

"0. Susie, don't cry; we are going to 
have fun at school." 



Open House Exhibit 1,2; Maiorette 2,3.4; 
South Eastern Music Festival 3: Home 
Room Treasurer 4. 

"Don't spend too much on my birthday ibis 
year, dear; a mini coal will Jo." 



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DANIEL KELLY 



Dan 



ELIZABETH KING 



Betty- 



South Junior High I; Key Club 2,3,4, 
Vice-President 2,3; Lieutenant Governor 3, 
President 4; Dramatic Club 4; Camera 
Club 4; Cross Country 2; Spring Track 2; 
Winter Track 2; Lunch Room Assistant 2; 
Honors 2,3. 

"I won't be home until late tonight. 
I have big b mines t to handle." 



ROBERT KELLY Cuddles 
Open House Exhibit 2,3; Honors 2. 
"That car's a good buy." 



South Junior High 1; Choir 1; State Music 
Festival 1; Open House Exhibit 2; Pep 
Club 2, Secretary 3, Junior Party 3; Mr. 
Lordi's Secretary 3,4; Dramatic Club 4; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 4. 

"What number are you calling, please?" 



JAMES KINGSLEi 



Dick 



South Junior High 1 ; Football 1 ; Base- 
ball 1. 

"The East-West Highway should be 
finished soon." 



ANNETTE KREMIN 



Dolly 



South Junior High I; Office Assistant 1; 
Honors 1,3; Spanish Club 3,4; Senior Party 
4; Dramatic Club -1; Latin Certificate of 
Honorable Merit 2; Home Room Messenger 
3; Future Nurses' Club 3; Basketball 1. 

"Open your mouth wide!" 



ROGER LAFRENIERE 



Wind ham High 1; Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee 4. 

"Take a letter, Miss MacNamara!" 



ROBERT LANCISSI Fina 

South Junior High 1; A.V. Club 1; Foot- 
ball 1,2; School Services Committee 4; 
Science Fair Exhibit 4. 

"Roger! Over and out!" 



DANIEL KEOHANE 



Danny 



Basketball 1,2; Football 1; Spring Track 2; 
Phantom Frolic 4. 

"Put the blueprints on my desk." 



MARY KOHLER 

High Honors 1,2,3; Cheerleader 4; Mon- 
day Club Honorary Member 4; Senior 
Nominating 4; Senior Prom 4; Class Ban- 
quet 4; Reflector Literary Staff 3.4; Fare- 
well Assembly 3; Pep Club 2,3; Dramatic 
Club 4. 

"Put your gum in the basket." 



RICHARD LAWRENCE 



Dick 



South Junior High 1; Football 1-2; Base- 
ball 1; Basketball 1. 

"Take dictation now. Miss Jones." 



Speed JOSEPH LAWSON 



Joe 



High Honors 2,3; Baseball 2.3.4; Student 
Council 4; Class Motto 3; Junior Usher 3; 
Open House Exhibit 2.3,4; Merit Award 
Winner 3; Class History Committee 4. 



"Joe, 



you'll be in charge of the 
print shop." 



DEBORAH LEACH 



Debbie 



South Junior High 1; Glee Club 1; Bad- 
minton 1.2.3; Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 
2,3; Junior Party 3; Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee 4; Dramatic Club 4; Pep Club 2; 
State Music Festival 1 . 

"Fasten you safety belts, please." 




4; 



DONALD LEACH D 

Open House Exhibit 1. 

"I don't know what to do with all 
my money/' 



CARL LEONE 

South Junior High 1; Honors 1,2; Band 
1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; Cross Country 3; 
Spring Track 2,3: Winter Track 3; State 
Music Festival 1,2,3,4; South Eastern Music 
Festival 1,2,3,4; Phantom Frolic 4. 

"Our next selection will be . . ." 



COROLE LEBLANC 

St. Patrick's High 1,2; Science Fair Exhibit 
1; Choir 1,2; Initiation Play Assembly 2; 
Who's Who 4. 

'77/ type the notes on the U.N. 
conference." 



JOAN LIBBY 



Joanic 



South Junior High 1; Student Council 1; 
Choir 1; Basketball 1; Volleyball 1; State 
Music Festival 1; Dramatic Club 4; Pep 
Club 2,3; Miss Waterman's Secretary 3,4; 
Junior Nominating 3; Who's Who 4. 

"Here's to the kitchen sink." 



ROBERT LEITCH 



Bob 



South Junior High 1; Honors 1; F.F.A. 
1,2,3,4. 

"Water the roots well." 



MARCIA LINDAHL 

South Junior High; Chorus 1; Choir 1; 
Softball 1; Basketball 1,3; Volleyball 1. 

"The accounts balance for the month." 





JOHN LINGLEY 



Jack RALPH LOCKARD 



South Junior High 1; Honors 2,3; Junior 
Party 3; Class Banquet 4; Class Motto 3; 
Senior Nominating 4; Senior Play Selec- 
tion 4; Dramatic Club 4; Student Marshal 
3,4; Farewell Assembly 3; Junior Usher 3. 

"Don't forget the bands after each meal." 



Football I; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; 
Ice Hockey 4; Student Marshal 4; Senior 
Prom 4. 

"Would you be interested in these, 
madam?" 



JOHN LISENBY 

Open House Exhibit 1 . 

"Mr. Lisenby. your wife just had 
triplets." 



Lis STEPHEN LOPEZ 



Steve 



"Tonight's the dead-line on that job, 
Steve." 



GAIL LITTLE 

Open House Exhibit 1,2; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate 60, 80, 3; Mr. Drake's 
Secretary 3,4; Graduation Reception 4. 

"I'm sorry. Air. Sands is not in. 
I'll tell him you called." 



ELLEN LLINAN 

South Junior High 1; Future Nurses' Club 
); Dramatic Club 4: Pep Club 3; Spanish 
Club J,4; Badminton 1.2; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Softball 1.2; Volleyball 1.2.3; Phan- 
tom Frolic 4. 



"It's time to take your 



edic 



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JOHN LYNCH 

Open House 1,2,3. 

"It's the carburetor, miss. 



Jack 



ROBERT MacDONALD Mac 
Studeni Council 2.3. 

"Your spark plugs need replacing, sir." 



ROBERT LYNCH 



Bob 



T Al L MacEWEN 



Honors 1,2; Latin Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 2,3; Student Council 3.1; Laboratory 
Assistant 3. -4; Basketball 1; Science Fair 
Exhibit I" Open House Exhibit 2; Lunch 
Room Assistant 2. 

"The power has been shut off!" 



South Junior High 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Bad- 
minion 1 . 

"Company, forward march!" 



RICH \RI) M icDON \l 1) 



Rich 



DOROTHY MucKENZIE 



Dot 



Studeni Council 2,1; Open House Ex- 
hibit 1. 

"My tools need to be sharpened." 



G e-^: Transcription Certificate 60. 80, 3; 
100, 4; Tennis 3; Basketball 3; Mr. Jack's 
Secretary 3.4. 

"Should you like to read the letter 
before I send it?" 



WILLIAM MucKENZIE 



Mac 



"Do you like the plant stand I made out of 
the left-over strips of metal?" 



BRENDA M AXING 

South Junior High 1: Choir 1; Basketball 
1; Badminton 1; Volleyball 1; Baseball 1; 
State Music Festival 1; Miss Vining s Sec- 
retary 3.4. 

"/ typed the report and put it on 
your desk." 



MARY LOU MacMURRAY Loupic 

Basketball 3; Science Fair Exhibit 1: Open 
House Exhibit 2; Home Room Messenger 
2,3; Home Room Secretary 3; Farewell 
Assembly 3; Attendance Slips 4; Class Sec- 
retary 2; Air. Raymond s Secretary 3.4. 

"I will proof read the documents'." 



M \RII MARAGET 

South Junior High 1: Honors 2.3; Chee-- 
leader 1; Yearbook Stiff 4" Reflector Adve-- 
tising Staff 3.4; Spanish Club President 4; 
Dramatic Club 4; Senior Prom 4; Junior 
Party 3; Field Hockey 1,2,4. 

"Now, children, open your readers 
to page two." 



1 \MI S M VHONI \ 



Tim JANICE MARGESON 



Jan 



South Junior High 1: High Honors 2,3; 
Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 3; 
Student Council 1.3.4; Laboratory* Assistant 
3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Open House Ex- 
hibit 4. 

"Is that an acid or a base?" 



South lunior High 1: Student Council 1,2: 
Hi»h Honors 1.2.3; Reflector Literary' Staff 
2,3.4; Soohomore Nominating 2: Junior 
Party 3; Class History Committee 4; Latin 
Certificate of Superior Merit 2. 

"Write the answers of four to ten." 




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JOHN MATHISON 



Stormy JOAN McDONALD 



Ma 



Football 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1,2,3; Base- 
ball 2; Winter Track 2,3; Spring Track 
3.4; Ice Hockey 4; Farewell Assembly J. 

"That dual exhaust must be perfected." 



Choir I; Badminton 1,2; Basketball 1,2; 
Softball 2: Science Fair Exhibit 1; Open 
House Exhibit 2; Dramatic Club 4. 

"Boston calling Miami!" 



JAMES McCALLUM Jim 

"/ am about to hire two extra men 
for my shop." 



WILLIAM McELKOY Mac 

Open House Exhibit 1,2. 

"There's a soldier outside to see you, Mac." 



ALICE McCRAITH 

South Junior High; Honors 1,2; High 
Honors 3; Badminton 2; Volleyball 2; 
Farewell Assembly 3. 

"Roll »p your sleeve and look the 
other way." 



DAVID McGLONE 

"Let me see your driver's license." 




BEVERLY McKEE 



Be 



Dramatic Club 4; Band 2,3; Choir 2; 
Softball 1,2; Miss McMorrow's Secretary 
3,4. 

"Oh, I just finished the wash and 
it's raining now!" 



CARL McNAMEE 

Honors 1,2; Football 1; 
President 3. 



Mac 

Home Room 



"/ have K.P. today and duty tonight." 



GEORGE McKENZIE 



Mac WENDY McWILLI AM 



Wen 



Student Council 1,2,3,4; Open House Ex- 
hibit 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; Honors 1,2. 

"Now that the Brink's case is closed, I'm 
no longer a spy for the F.B.I." 



South Junior High 1; High Honors 1,2,3; 
Reflector Literary Staff 2,3; Reflector As- 
sistant Editor 4; Junior Nominating 3: 
Senior Party Chairman 4; Class Motto 3; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2.3.4. 

"The notes on the state delegates' 
meeting are ready!" 



DONALD McLEOD 



Don 



WILLIAM MEADE 



Bill 



Student Marshal $.4; Baseball 1,2; Easket- 
ball 1,2.3,4; Football 1.2,3.4; Spring Track 
2,3,4; Football Usher 1; Farewell Assem- 
bly 3. 

"The plans for the bridge are ready." 



Student Council 2.3; Lunch Room Assist- 
ant 2,3; Key Club 3; Honors 2; Open 
House Exhibit 1,2,3. 

"One thing I dislike about my little-boy- 
blue job is checking stickers." 



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MARY MELCONDA 

South Junior High 1; Choir 1; State Music 
Festival 1 ; Safety Patrol 1 ; Basketball 1 ; 
Volleyball 1; Softball I; Pep Club 2.3; 
Spanish Club 2; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate 60, 3; Dramatic Club 4. 

"M-i-l-I-i-e! Yes, Mr. Boone." 



RICHARD MIELBYE 



Dick 



South Junior High I; Football 1; Basket- 
ball 1; Baseball 1; Softball 1; Volleyball 
1; Badminton L. 

"/ cover the waterfront." 



DONALD MESF.RVF. Sam 

South Junior High 1; Cross Country 2; 
Lunch Room Assistant 2,3. 

"Good evening, Air. Meserve; my name 
is Michael Anthony." 



JOHN MITCHELL 



Jack 



Football 1 Open House Exhibit 1,2; Who's 
Who 4. 

"/ made only a million in '55." 



LOUISE MESSIER Lou 

South Junior High 1; High Honors 1 
Honors 2,3; Library Staff 1; Latin Certifi 
cate of Superior Merit 2; Dramatic Club 4. 
Drum Majorette 4; Graduation Reception 
4; South Eastern Music Festival 4. 

"Oh, will, only two more machines 
to master." 



DAVID MOGAN 
Open House Exhibit 3- 

"Moe, your engine has come." 



Mi 



CATHERINE MORRIS 



Catt 



South Junior High 1: Assembly Committee 
1; Pep Club 2; Future Nurses' Club 3,4 
Attendance Slips 2,4; Honors 1.2,3; Dra 
matic Club i; Reflector Advertising Staff I 
Class Dues Collector 4. 

"Dr. Barton, you're wanted in surgery." 



MARILYN MURPHY 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 
100, 3,4; Typewriting Certificate 53, 3; 
Mr. Cleaves's Secretary 3,4; Cap and Gown 
Committee 4. 

"Well, 1 can take 60 words per minutes." 



JAMES MORRISON 



Mo 



NANCY MYERS 



Nan 



Honors 1,2; Student Council 1; Open 
House Exhibit 1,2,3. 

"Oh, my thumb! When shall I learn to 
hit the nail on the head?" 



Gallia Academy High, Ohio, 1,2,3; Pep 
Club 1,2,3; Library Assistant 2; Girls' 
Athletic Club 1,2,3; Cheerleader 3; Deco- 
rating Committee 3; French Club 4: Dra- 
matic Club 4; Field Hockey 4. 

"Friday afternoon at last!" 



EDWARD MULLEN 



Ed 



MARJORIE NASH 



Margie 



South Junior High 1; Football 2,3,4; Track 
3; Thanksgiving Football Assembly 3,4; 
Senior Prom 4. 

"You are in my light." 



South Junior High 1; Cheerleader 1; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Reflet tor Advertising 
Staff 3,4; Dramatic Club 4; Spanish Club 
4: Class History Committte 4; Sophomore 
Nominating 2; Pep Club 2,3. 

"Dr. Roberts, your patients are ready." 




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RAYMOND NASH 
Football 1.2.3; Basketball I. 



Ray JOSEPHINE NICHOLSON 



Josie 



"Now I can appreciate the practice 
tie had at W.V.S." 



South Junior High 1; Choir 1; State Music 
Festival 1; Basketball 1.2; Softball L; 
Volleyball 1; Badminton 2; Grammar 
School Messenger 2; Dramatic Club 1; 
Class Banquet 4. 

"Did you say, 'Washed, cut, and set'?" 



PATRICIA NEALON 



Pat 



Choir 2; South Eastern Music Festival 2.3; 
Basketball 2; Volleyball 3; Band 3; Band 
Business Manager 3; Dramatic Club 4; 
Future Nurses' Club 4. 

"Another emergency operation!" 



ANN NISTA Sport 

Public Speaking 1 ; Volleyball 1 ; Open 
House Exhibit 2; Home Room Messenger 
3; Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3; 
Senior Party 4. 

"I wish this filing cabinet could be 
lowered." 



MARILYN NELSON 



Mai 



Honors 1 ; Lunch Room Cashier 1 ; Bad- 
minton 1,2; Basketball 1.2; Pep Club 2.3; 
Class Motto 3; Dramatic Club 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Reflector Advertising Staff 3. 

"Hate you seen the new interne?" 



GEORGE NORCOTT 

Band 1; Student Council 4. 

"Do you like my monogram rued mail box.' 





IEAN O'BRIEN 



Dimples 



Reflector Secretary S.4; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate 60, 80, 100, 120, 3,4; 
Senior Nominating 4 ; Dramatic Club 4; 
Open House Exhibit 1 ; Choir 1 ; Badmin- 
ton 1,2,3; Volleyball 1,2,3. 

"Burns and Martin — Attorneys-at-Lnw. 
May I help you?" 



JOAN O'BRIEN Freckles 

Cheerleader 1; Basketball 2; Softball 2; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 3: 
Senior Party 4. 

"How short, miss?" 



BRUCE ORCUTT 

Football 1; Basketball 1,2; Lunch Room 
Duty 4. 

"/ wonder why so many girls elect 
my subject." 



DONALD PALMER Don 
South Junior High 1: Honors 1. 

"Hey, Dad, these pipes don't fit." 



EDWARD O'DONNELL 

Honors 1,2; Reflector Literary Staff 
Football 1.2.3.4; Winter Track 3. 

"A quelle heure la classe 
commence-t-elle?" 



Ed 



WILLIAM PAPPAS 



Billv 



\ A V . 



Class Vice-President 3,4; Basketball 1; 
Baseball 1,2; Junior Party 3; Football 
Usher 3; Track 3; Farewell Assembly 3; 
Winter Track 4; Junior Rotarian 4; Vic- 
tory Dance 4; Pum kin Hop 4. 

"What happened to my amoeba?" 



50 




JOAN PARKER 



Do Do 



Hep Club 1.2; Basketball 1,2; Lunch Room 
Cashier 1,2; Honors 1.2; Volleyball 1. 
iunior Nominating 3; Class Motto 3; 
Dramatic Club 4. 

"What's the menu for nurses this noon?" 



LARRY PAWLIK 

Reflector Art Staff 1,2; Football 1,2,3.4; 
Spring Track 1.2; Open House Exhibit 2. 

"Hou long shall I be in this hospital, 

Doc?" 



RONALD PARRY 



Ron 



Honors 1,3; Student Council 2.3,4; Win- 
ter Track 3; Spring Track 3; Senior Nomi- 
nating 4; Final Merit Award Winner 3: 
Key Club 3. 

"/ caught him doing 95 on Highway 101." 



I) W in PAYNI 

Book Room Duty 2,3. 

"I'm glad I read about this engineering 
leat!" 



FRANCES PATERNO Fran 

South Junior High I; Choir 1. 

"Hott's Mr. Jones's disposition today?" 



WILLIAM PEDERSEN 



Bill 



Key Club 2; Open House Exhibit 2,3; 
Football Usher 4. 

"/ need some more copy." 



PENELOPE PI I Kl 5 



Penny 



RICHARD PERRY 



Richie 



South Junior High 1; High Honors 1; 
Honors 2.3; Basketball 1.2: Volleyball 1,2; 
Lunch Room Assistant 1; Choir 1.2; Latin 
Certificate of Honorable Merit 2; State 
Music Festival 2; Badminton 2. 

"Oops! That's my skeleton!" 



South Junior High 1; F.F.A. 1.2.3.4. Sec- 
retary 3, President 4. 

"Oh! Oh! I smell smoke!" 



JOAN PELUSO 



Joanie 



ROBERT PERSSON 



Bob 



Science Fair Exhibit 1; Badminton 2; Bas- 
ketball 2; Choir 2; Phantom Frolic 4. 

"Dig that crazy haircut!" 



Open House Exhibit 1.2,3; Class History 
Committee 4: Football Usher 4: Student 
Council 4; High Honors 1,2; Honors 3; 
Merit Award Winner 3. 

"I must finish setting this tonight." 



KENNETH PERRY Pilgrim 

Honors 1.2; Student Council 1,2.3; Basket- 
ball 3; Open House Exhibit 1,3. 

"Who loosened the staging?" 



WILLIAM PETERS 



BilK 



South Tunior High 1; Football 1; Base- 
ball 1,2,3. 

"Oh. no! The figures don't match!" 



51 



RONALD PETERSEN 
Open House Exhibit 2,3- 

"There's the whistle.'" 



Pete 



ADRIAN PLATTEEL 



Red 



South Junior High I; F.F.A. 1,2,3.4; Band 
1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2. 

"Hey. Ma. hate the chickens been fed?" 



RONALD PICCU1TO Doggie MARY PLAYER Si 

Football 1; Open House Exhibit 1,2. Basketball 4. 

"Press the button for the ejection seat." "How does this Comptometer work?" 



DONALD PICKARD 



Dean 



JOSEPH POLAND 



Joe 



South Junior High 1; Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee 4. 

"A CP. A. must like his work." 



Honors 1.2,3; Band 1,2; Open House Ex- 
hibit 1,2.3; Senior Party 4; Graduation 
Reception 4; Srudent Council 2,3.4: State 
Music Festival 3; Sophomore Party 2. 

"Mr. and Mrs. Poland announce the birth 
of a six -point, four-ounce daughter. 
(Sounds as if Daddy were a printer.)" 





STELLA POLAND 



Betty 



South Junior High 1 ; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 80. 3; Mr. Fisher's Secretary 
3.4; Who's Who 4; Band 2.3; Softball 1. 

"C'mon. Dad. your turn to do the dishes!" 



RALPH POMARICO 

"Ahoy there, matey.' 



CAROLE POULIN 

Honors I ; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60, 80, 3; 100, 4; Mr. Cleaves's Secretary 
3,4; Class Dues Collector 4; Choir 1: 
Homeroom Messenger 2. 4; Lunch Room 
Assistant 1; Softball 1,2,3; Basketball 
1,2,3; Volleyball 1,2,3; Open House 1,2. 

"Take a letter please. Miss Poulin." 



ROBERT POWERS Bob 
South Junior High Projection Club 1. 
"Are those plans ready yet, Mr. Powers?" 



ELIZABETH PORTER 



Bettv 



DOROTHY PRATT 



Dotty 



Cheerleader 1. Sub-cheerleader 3; Pep 
Club 3; Dramatic Club 4; Home Room 
Messenger 3; Farewell Assembly 3; Phan- 
tom Frolic 4: Class Treasurer 2,3,4; Sopho- 
more Party 2; Junior Party 3. 

"Dig those crazy buttons!" 



South Junior High 1; Chorus 1; State 
Music Festival 1; Pep Club 2.3; Lunch 
Room Assistant 1: Honors 2.3; Reflector 
Advertising Staff 4; Future Nurses' Club 
2,3; Latin Certificate of Superior Merit 3; 
Science Fair Exhibit 4. 

"At last! Your temperature is normal." 



ill 




RICHARD RAND 



Dick 



Senior Prom 4; Dramatic Club 4; Open 
House Exhibit 2; Science Fair Exhibit 4: 
Key Club 1. 

"Mr. Rand, as chairman of the board, do 
you approve ibis contract?" 



D WID RIPLEY R lp 

Opeo House 2,3; Phantom Frolic 4; At- 
tendance Slips 5,4. 

This job calls for tuo colors." 



NANCY RALCH 



Honors 1.2.3; Latin Certificate of Superior 
Merit 2; Choir 1,2; Band 3: State Music 
Festival 1.2; Pep Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; 
Spanish Club 4: Future Nurses Club 2.3.4; 
Lunch Room Assistant 1; Badminton 1.2. 



Cla 



line up for recess. 



ROSEMARY ROBERTS 

South Junior High 1: South Junior Eye 1; 
Orchestra 1,2; Choir 1,2,3; Future Nurses' 
Club 2.3,4: High Honors 1.2,3: Class 
Policy Committee 4; Music Festival 1,2; 
Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 2. 

"Here u e bare another Florence 
Nightingale." 



THERESA REGAL 



Ter 



CAROL ROBITAILLE 



Kit 



Dramatic Club 4; Mr. Kearns s Secretary 
3.4; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
Attendance Slips 4: Badminton 1,2: Basket 
ball 1.2; Volleyball 1.2. Cheerleader 1 
Science Fair Exhibit 1: Open House Ex- 
hibit 1. 

"/ don't mind dishes, but ob, those pots 
snd poms.'" 



Pep Club 1,2.3; Badminton 1.2: Science 
Fair 2: Attendance Slips 4: Senior Prom 4. 

"Let's check for broken bones." 



NORMAN ROSS Norm 

Student Council 2; Open House Exhibit 

2,3. 

"I must not keep the uife uaiting, 
boys." 



LDWIN RLDOLPH 

Open House Exhibit 2,3- 
"Be sure to u ealbe 



JOSEPH ROSSETTI 



Joe 



Basketball 1.2: Baseball 1.2.3.4: Football 
1,2,3,4; Winter Track 3.4: Open House 
Exhibit 1; Honors 1.2; Junior Rotarian 4: 
Sophomore Nominating 2; Junior Nomi- 
nating 3. 

"The bum of the machines you're designed 
uill be music to your ears." 



NORN AL ROWE N< 
Football I; Open House Exhibit 2,3. 
"Back to uori, children." 



GERARD RL DOLPH 



Winter Track 3.4: Spring Track 3.4: Cross 
Country 1; Open House Exhibit 1,2. 

"Let's keep the ubeels of progress 
rolling." 



ROBERT RL'MSEY Bob 

"The Marines ore better." 




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JOANNE RUSSELL 



PAUL SCOPA 



5cope 



South Junior High I; High Honors 1,2,3: 
Reflector Literary Staff 2,3.4; Future 
Nurses Club 2.3; Public Speaking Club 3: 
Pep Club 2.3: Dramatic Club 4; French 
Club 4: Softball 2,3; Latin Certificate of 
Superlative Merit 3; Class History 4. 

' Ouvrez let Hires, mes eleves." 



BENJAMIN SANTACROCE Ben 

Student Marshal 2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3; Winter Track 
4; Christmas Assembly 4. 

"Here is a fellow with a snappy salute." 



Dramatic Club 4; Thanksgiving Assembly 
4; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Open 
House 1,2. 

"Quiet in the study hall." 



EUGENE SECORD 



McGee 



Key Club 3; Chemical Laboratory Assist- 
ant 3.4; Cross Country 1. 

"Keep those propellers humming!" 



LOIS SAVOLA Lo 

South Junior Eye 1 ; Cheerleader 1 ; Basket- 
ball 1 ; Choir 1 ; Reflector Literary Staff 
2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3: Honors 1,2,3; Spanish 
Club 3.4; Dramatic Club 4; Who's Who 4: 
Farewell Assembly 3: Office Assistant 1; 
State Music Festival 1. 

"A big red apple for you. Miss Saiola." 



MERETE SELMER 

Trondheim Cathedral School, Norway 1, 
2,3; Student Council 1,2,3; Chairman 
Pupil Society 3; Ski Team 1.2.3: Skating 
Team 1; Track Team 1,2,3: Swimming 
Team 1.2,3: Weymouth High School 4; 
French Club 4; Honorary Student Council 
4; World Service Committee 4. 

"You can pull a tooth for us any time, 
Merete." 





DANIEL SEXTON 



Da 



STUART SHELDON 



Stt 



High Honors 1,3: Honors 2; Cross Coun- 
try 2,3. Co-Captain 4; Winter Track 2,3,4; 
Spring Track 2,3,4; Open House Exhibit 
1,2,3; Senior Nominating 4; Final Merit 
Award Winner 3; Student Council 3,4; 
Student Government 4. 

"The job will be done on the offset 
press." 



Student Council 4; 

2,3. 



Open House Exhibit 



We hare many orders for wrought 
iron furniture." 



WILLIAM SHANAHAN 



Shany CHARLES SHOLES 



Charlie 



Honors 1,2,3; Open House Exhibit 1; 
Reflector Literary Staff 3,4. 

"/ received my foundation in drafting at 
the Weymouth Vocational School." 



Student Marshal 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Football 1; Hockey 4; Science Fair 1,2; 
Farewell Assembly 3; Mr. Klay's Secretary 
4: Junior Nominating Committee 3; Junior 

Usher 3. 

"Speed.' Speed.' Never loo much speed!" 



JAMES SHARP 



Jim 



Senior Party Committee 4; Science Fair 
Exhibit 1. 

"K.P. for me? Not again, Sarge!" 



PAUL SIMMONS 

Eoston Latin School 1; Football 1.2,3.4; 
Winter Track 2,3: Spring Track 2,3: Base- 
ball 1,2; Hockey 4; Lunch Room Assist- 
ant 2,3,4; Student Marshal 2,^.4; Who's 
Who 4. 

"Joy, song, and dance forever." 



54 



we are 




LESLIE SMITH 



Les 



Dramatic Club 1,4; Spanish Club 3.4; 
Pep Club 2.3: Senior Parr)- 4; State Music 
Festival I; Choir I; Assemblies 1; Basket- 
ball 1 ; Softball 1 ; Volleyball 1 ; Badmin- 
ton 1.2. 

"This assignment is due tomorrow. 1 ' 



SANDRA SMITH 



Smittv 



Spanish Club 3; Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; 
Open House Exhibit 2; Honors 2: Choir 1; 
Dramatic Club 1. 

"Take care of others, and you'll take 
care of yourself." 



LAVERNA SOMERS 



Levy 



Class Secretary 3.4; Student Council 3; 
Sub Cheerleader 4; Honors 1.2.3.4; Re- 
flector Literary Staff 2.3. Editor 4; Maroon 
nd Gold. Girls' Sport Editor 3; Nominat- 
ing Committee 2, Chairman 3: Pep Club 2. 
Treasurer 3; Assembly Committee. Secretary 
4: Latin Certificate of Superior Merit 2. 
Honorable Merit 3; Choir 2; Public Speak- 
ing Club 3; Dramatic Club 4: Basketball 
1.3.4; Softball 2.3.4; Ping Pong 2: Volley- 
ball 3.4; Badminton 2.3.4; Senior Party 
Award 1 . 

"Translate on page fifty of your I'irgil." 



BARBARA STELFOX 



Barbie 



Future Nurses' Club 2.3.4; Pep Club 1.2; 
Dramatic Club 4; Open House Exhibit 
1,2,4; Mrs. Masters s Secretary 4; Type- 
writing Certificate 60 words 3; Cap and 
Gown Commirtee 4; Autumn Leaves 4: 
Home Room Messenger 1,3; Lunch Room 
Assistant 1,2; Class Dues Collector 4. 

"Electric typewriters — marvellous." 



ERIC STENNES 



E. P. 



Band 1,2.3.4; Orchestra 1.2,3: South East- 
ern Music Festival 4; Phantom Frolic 4; 
Winter Concert 1,2,3,4; South Eastern 
Massachusetts Band Association 2,3,4. 

"Next year ue are playing on the Ritiera." 



CAROL STEVENS 

Future Nurses' Club 4; Dramitic Club 4. 

"And hou are you feeling today. 
Mr. President?" 



ANNE STRIANO 

Lunch Room Cashier 1.2,4; Winter Con- 
cert Usher 4; Class Dues Collector 4; Home 
Room Messenger 1 . 

"Patience is the companion of uisdom." 



THOMAS SULLIVAN 



SulK 



Football 1: Basketball 2: Baseball 2; Stu- 
dent Marshal 2. 

"Hou long did you say he's been missing?" 



DORIS SWART 



Dor 



High Honors 1,2,3; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 120 words 4: Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 64 words 4; Cheerleader 3; Head 
Cheerleader 4; Guidance Office Secretary 4: 
Senior Nominating 4; Junior Parry 3: Class 
Motto 3; Pep Club 2,3- 

"Sorry, sir, but I'm engaged." 



JOHN TEMPLE 



Pete 



Football 1.2: Pase- 
Student Council 1 ; 
Junior Party Chair- 



South Junior High 1; 
hall 1,2; Basketball 1; 
Student Marshal 2.3,4; 

min 3: Dramatic Club, President I: Year- 
book Staff 4; Policy Committee, Chiirman 
4; Farewell Assembly 3: Senior Nominat- 
ing Committee 4; Sophomore Nominating 
Committee 2; Honors 1,2; High Honors 3. 

"Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. 
From Legion Field ..." 



GAIL THIBAULT 



Mistv 



Badminton 4: Basketball 3.4; Softball 4: 
Phantom Frolic 4; Attendance Slips 3.4; 
Yearbook Secretary 4; Lunch Room Assist- 
ant 1. 

"Type. file, mail — oh. uell." 



MARILYN THIBOLTOT 



Thibbv 



Typewriting Certificate 60 words 3: Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60 words J; Bas- 
ketball 4; Attendance SUds 4: Open House 
Exhibit 1,2,3; Science Fair Exhibit 1. 



"Sorrv. 



Your three minutes are up. 
ten cents olease." 




DO 



PHILLIP THOMAS 

Basketball I; Band 1; A.V. Club 1; Stu- 
dent Council Assistant 2,5; Science Fair 
Exhibit 4. 

"Electrostatics and electrodynamics 
are very simple." 



CHARLES TODD 



Chuck 



Student Council 1; Open House Exhibit 1: 
Merit Award Winner 3- 

"/ made my wife a new cabinet." 



AUSTIN TIERNEY 



Bud 



Football 1: Basketball 1,2; Band 1,2,3; 
A.V. Club 1,2,3, Manager 4. 

"Our products are highest in quality, 
lowest in price." 



DONALD TOMILSON Dor 

"That bridge has beautiful design." 



DAVID TIRRELL Dave 

Honors 1,2; Student Council 1,2; Open 
House Exhibit 3. 

"I expect my new hydraulic jack soon." 



PAUL TOWER 

Band 1,2,3,4; South Eastern Music Festi- 
val 3,4; Phantom Frolic 4; New England 
Festival 4; South Eastern Massachusetts 
Band Association 3. 

"Strike up the band!" 




VIVIAN TOWNE Viv 

Honors 1,2,3; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate 60, 80, 3; 100, 4; Typewriting 
Certificate 52, 3; Mr. Nelson's Secretary 
3,4; Mr. Klay's Secretary 4; Public Speak- 
ing Club 3; Lunch Room Assistant 2,3; 
Open House Exhibit 1; Library Assistant 1. 

"You have a three o'clock conference, sir." 



ROBERT TREEN Bob 

"1 merely followed Einstein's formula." 



KATHERINE TRAVERS 



Kay 



MARGARET TRENOUTH 



Margy 



High Honors 1; Honors 2,3; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate 60, 80, 3; 100, 4; 
Miss White's Secretary 3,4; Attendance 
Slips 4; Open House Exhibit 1,4; Volley- 
ball 1,2,3; Softball 1; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Choir 1 ; Lunch Room Assistant 2. 

"May I hive $1,000, dear?" 



NANCY TREEN 

Glee Club 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Thanksgiving 
Assembly 2; Bulletin Board Committee 2; 
Open House 2; Junior Decorating 3. 

"A\y Hies are all in order." 



Braintree High 1.2; Basketbell 1,3,4; Soft- 
ball 1.4; Field Hockey 2: Glee Club 1,2; 
Dramatic Club 4; State Music Festival 1,2. 

"You will find duplicates of all letters 
in the files." 



NANCY TRUDEAU 



Nan 



Band 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Honors 
1,3; High Honors 2; Reflector Litetary 
Staff 3,4; Latin Certificate of Honotable 
Merit 2; Superior Merit 3; Junior Nomi- 
nating 3; Senior Nominating 4; Class Ban- 
quet 4; Who's Who 4; Home Room Sec- 
retary 3; Dramatic Club 4; Choir 1; Bad- 
minton 2. 

"Your article has been accepted by The 
Saturday Evening Post." 



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JANET TRUMBULL 



Jan 



MADLINE VAN COR 



Bunny 



Science Fair 1; Open House Exhibit 2,3: 
Softball 2; Volleyball 1; Miss Sylvester s 
Secretary 4. 

"We acknowledge receipt of your order." 



South Junior High 1; Basketball 1; Volley- 
hall 1 ; Lunch Room Assistant 1 ; Mr. Pratt's 
Secretary 4; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60, 3. 

"Nothing is made without design," 



SHIRLEY TUCCI 



Slurl 



ANN VAUGHAN 



Ann 



Science Fair Exhibit 1 ; Open House Ex- 
hibit 1,2; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60, 3; Yearbook Secretary 4; Mr. DiSessa's 
Secretary 4; Cap and Gown Committee 4; 
Dramatic Club 4. 

"Shuffle, ball change, twirl." 



Majorette 2,3, Head Majorette 4; Future 
Nurses' Club 3; Phantom Frolic 4; Gradu- 
ation Reception 3'; South Eastern Music 
Festival 3; Yearbook Policy 4. 

"This drawing must be redone." 



ELAINE TURNER 



Sis 



ROBERTA VI DOI 



Bobbie 



Girls' High School, Boston 1,2: Basketball 
1.2; Volleyball 1; Swimming 1.2; Attend- 
ance Slips 4. 

"/ can type 60 words per minute." 



Hono-s 1,2; Cheerleader 3.4; Student 
Council 3; Student Marshal 3; Lunch Room 
Assistant 3; Latin Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 2, Pep Club 1.2,3; Home Room 
Mesienger 2,3; Open House Exhibit I; 
Basketball 1,2; Badminton 2; Volleyball 1. 

"Where's my thermometer?" 



JOSEPH WAIBLINGER Waiby 

Honors 2,3; Student Council 2,3; Open 
House Exhibit 2,3. 

"Brink's brought home my check 
ibis week." 



ALAN WALLS 

Senior Play 4; South Junior High 1; Bas 
ketball 1; Football 1. 

"F = e(E plus V plus B) 



JAMES WALKER 



Jim 



Center High School. Missouri 1,2; State 
Music Festival 3; Science Fair Exhibit 4; 
Tunior Usher 3; Senior Play 4; Band 1,2,3: 
President 4; South Eastern Music Festival 
3.4. 

"Honest, you're the only girl I've ever 
given my fraternity pin." 



CHARLES WATT 
Football 1; Basketball 1; Hockey 4 
"At-tention!" 



WALTER WALLING 
Open House Exhibit 2. 



Butch 



"Look this diesel engine over, will 
you, Butch?" 



NORMA WEEKS 

Science Fair Exhibit 2; Open House Exhibit 
2; Pep Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; Senior 
Party 4. 

"Miss Weeku please check in the 
medical glossary." 




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MARY WEISSLINGER 

Basketball 1; Volleyball 1; Glee Club 1; 
Spanish Club 3.4; Future Nurses' Club 3,4. 

"This injection won't hurt." 



JANET WHITE 

Student Council 3,4, Secretary 4; Honors 
1,3; Mr. Boland's Secretary 4; Senior 
Nominating 4; Victory Dance 4; Phantom 
Frolic 4; Farewell Assembly 3. Typewriting 
Certificate 41, 4; 60, 4; Gregg Shorthand 
Transcription 60, 80, 3; 100, 4; Junior 
Party 3; Dramatic Club 4; Attendance 
Slips 4; Pep Club 2; Choir 1; Lunch Room 
Assistant 1. 

"One more letter before lunch." 



PAL L WELCH 



Welchie JEAN WHITE 



Jeanne 



Hockey 4: Farewell Assembly 3; Sopho- 
more Nominating Committee 2; Sophomore 
Part)' 2; Junior Nominating Committee 3; 
Jun.or Party 3; Cap and Gown Committee 
4; Band 1. 

"Just checking your telephone line." 



South Junior High 1; Student Council 
Secretary 1 ; Prom Committee 1 ; Assembly 
Committee 1 ; State Music Festival 1 ; Glee 
Club 1; Student Marshal 4; Graduation 
Reception 4; Lunch Room Assistant 4; 
Pep Club 3; Basketball 1. 

"The dress is my own creation, madame." 



RICHARD WESTON 
Student Council 1,4. 

"That's my error!" 



Dickie 



ROBERT WHITE 



Whitey 



Open House 3; 
2,3; Reflector 
Prom 4. 



Art Staff 2,3.4; Key Club 
Literary Staff 4; Senior 



"/ hate finished your drafting for 
that poster." 



Future Nurses' Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; 
Volunteer Aid in Health Office 4. 

"Let me make you more comfortable." 





DONALD WHITTLE 

Football 1,2; Basketball 1; Volleyball 1; 
Softball 1; Baseball 1; Hockey 4. 

"Pull in your nets." 



BARBARA WHITNEY 



Barb JANE WILLIAMS 



in it- 



Honors 1,2,3; Majorette 3,4; Mr. Fisher's 
Secretary 4; Senior Party 4; Gregg Short- 
hand Transcription 60, 80, 3; 100, 4; 
Type-writing Certificate 50, 3; 70, 4; 
Who's Who 4; Farewell Assembly 3; Jun- 
ior Party 3; Usher Winter Concert 4; 
Dramatic Club 4; Phantom Frolic 4; Pep 
Club 2; Spanish Club 2; Band 1,2; State 
Music Festival 1 . 

"Please be seated. The doctor has 
been detained." 



PAUL WHITTALL S; 

A.V. Club 1,2; Science Fair Exhibit 
Lunch Room Assistant 3; Choir 1. 

"Speedway, here I come!" 



Class History 4; Reflector Art Staff 4; 
Future Nurses' Club 2,3,4: Lunch Room 
Assistant 2; Open House Exhibit 2: Bad- 
minton 1.2; Field Hockey 2; Volleyball 
1,2; Softball 1,2,3. 

"Would you like your bed raised?" 



RUSSELL WILLIAMS 



R.i\ 



Football 1; Junior Party Committee 3; 
Class Dues Collector 4; Graduation Recep- 
tion 4; Science Fair Exhibit 1,2; Open 
House Exhibit 1,2. 

"Piffle! What does money matter to me?" 




BARBARA WILSON 



Barbie 



Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 80, J; 
Typewriting Certificate 46. 3; Future- 
Nurses' Club 2; Volleyball 4. 

"Type these tellers immediately, please." 



JOSEPH ZANESKI 

Open House Exhibit 1,2. 



Zana 



"Do you want while u <dls on your 
new Ford, sir?" 



VALORIE WILSON 



Val 



JUDITH ZEOLI 



Judy 



Dramatic Club 4; Mr. Lyond's Secretary 4; 
South Junior High 1; Glee Club 1; Choir 
2; State Music Festival 1,2; Open House 
Exhibit 1,2; Junior Decorating 3; Softball 
2; badminton 2; Bulletin Board Commit- 
tee 4. 

"Good morning, children." 



MARJORIE WRIGHT Margie 

Music Concert 1; Home Room Messenger 4. 

"Personality is the first step on the 
ladder to success." 



Open House 1 ,2 ; Future Nurses' Club !i. 
"Anchors awciyh'! The Navy for met" 



MARILYN ZEOLI 



Mai 



Senior Party C ommittee i; Rasketball 2,4; 
Open House Exhibit 1,2; Future Nurses' 
Club 3; Typewriting Certificate 52, 3; 
Science Fair 2. 

"Which style of coiffure do you prefer?" 



ROBERT ZEOLI 
Open House Exhibit 2. 



Bibby 



'Your muffler is full of perforation! 
You need a new one." 




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JOSEPH ROSETTI 

Most Sportsmanlike 

6AIL BRITTAIN 
Most Sportsmanlike 



Most Athletic 




JOHN TEMPLE 
Best School Citizen 

Most Likely to Succeed ■ 

MARY HOYLE 

Best School Citizen 



Most Dependabl 



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JEAN WHITE MARILYN ZEOLI 

Severest Most Carefree 

JOHN HAAVISTO MARTIN CUNINGHAM 

Cleverest Most Carefree . Nicest Smile 





DANIEL KELLY 

Actor 

BEATRICE DUPREY 

Actress • Best Dressed 



LARRY PAWLIK 

Artist 

DIANA DRIESBACH 

Artist 





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PENNY PELKEY, ANN 
COBURN, GRACE FORSYTHE, 
CATHY MORRIS 




JACK MAAVISTO 



BETTY PORTER, SIS PLAYER, VALORIE WILSON, 
NORMA WEEKS, JANET LESLIE, JOAN McDONALD 




JOHN BURGESS 



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MARILYN THIBOUTOT, 
GRACE GRIGGS 



what we did 




In June of 1953, the freshman classes of South Junior and Weymouth High Schools went to College I'ond in Plymouth for their 
outings. The sun shone brightly on both days ami most of us freshmen arrived home with reel hot sunburns. 




The following year as sophmores at Weymouth High, the class went to College I'ond again for the annual outing. After a cloudy 
morning. Mr. Sun linalh peeped through to put his mark on us. 




As upperclassmen in the next year, we juniors held our party in the girls' gym. To the music ol Bobbie Doxies Orchestra, dancing 
was held, followed by refreshments and entertainment. 



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\s .1 gift from the Class of 1955, 
the Class of I !)."><> presented maroon 
an<l gold rose bushes, which were 
planted outside the entrance to 
t lie boys' gym, drivewa) 
side of the s< hool. 



To give the Senior Class a big 
send-ofl we, the Junior Class, pre- 
sented a show, under the direction 
of Mr. Ghiorse, entitled "I)a\e 
Crockett Visits Weymouth High." 
We tried to bring out the high- 
ights ol the seniors' high school 
days by reacting various events, 
and impersonating different stu- 
dents. We all knew the show was 
a grand success when we saw the 
tears in the eyes of the seniors as 
they realized they were leaving 
Weymouth High. 




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I liK year, we ;it Weymouth High School have been mosi 
fortunate in tuning a foreign student, Meretc Sclmer, spci id 
hci scnioi \eai in our school. Her \isit was sponsored l>\ the 
Weymouth Rotary Club, and she was selected to spend the 
yeai here l>\ American field Service. Meretc participated in 
man) extracurriculai activities and in all girls' intramural 
and \arsit\ sports. Here. Mary Hurst, Student Council presi- 
dent, is presenting Meretc with an "Honorary Student Council 
Membership Pin." 

Meretc. we hope \ou \e enjoyed your stay at \Vc\ mouth 
High, because we'\e enjoyed having \ou here. 

I he ( lass ol ">(> 




As we juniors left school for our outing one Sunday morning in June, it was raining: but when we reached Craigville Beach 
in Plymouth, the weathei was line. The salt water was most refreshing aftei the long ride from Weymouth. 





For the first football rally, Mr. Ghiorse again directed a show for us. This was called "The Jackie Gleason Show." The theme 
was based on Jackie's driving the football team to the Thanksgiving game in Brockton. Here we saw the June Taylor Dancers 
as portrayed by members of the footbal squad. 



"I o celebrate Christ- 
mas this year, a pageant 
was held, under the 
direction ol Mrs. Pileggi. 

was comprised of five 
tableaux representing the 
lirth of the Christ Child. 

On December 12, in 
the boys' gym, the annu- 
al Victory Dance u;:s 
held, to the music ol Earl 
Healev's Orchestra. A 
ep resen tat ion of out- 
standing football players 
was placed on the edge 
of the stage with a 
goal post situated in the 
centre of the dance floor 
as a tribute to the suc- 
cessful squad of 1958. 




For the basketball rally the cheerleaders based the theme on the Micke) Mouse Club Show. Complete with the Mousekateers, 
gnosis, and Weymouth's basketball squad, the show was most successful. 



2 




"The -Night of January Sixteenth," which was the title of the Senior l'lav. was presented in March. The alleged murderess, 
played l>\ Jane Damon, was found innocent at both presentations. The cast, which was directed by Mr. Longridge, included, in order 
of their appearance: Janice Margeson, Carl Leone, John Temple, Daniel Kelly, Doris Gumming, James Walker. Janet White. Richard 
Rand. Jane Damon, Alan Walls, Hannah Burgess, John Lingley, Charles Sholes, Marjorie N'ash, Barbara Dunlap, Paul Craffev, 
Valorie Wilson, Paula Fryar, John Faustini, Barbara Chambers, Beverley Greenblatt, John Burgess, Donald MacLeod, Joseph 
Carven, and Rose Creswell. 




The Senior Parts was held in January in the girls' gym. All looked wonderful as they danced. Even the teachers were dancing as 
the orchestra leader announced a "good-will dance." During the entertainment a group ol seniors sang "This Is the Year," to the 
tune of "Now Is The Hour." Several little parties were held afterward to climax a wonderful evening. 




The Student Council, in addition to their duties in the lunch room 
and at the fire drills, have sponsored many dances, to raise funds 
for various school organizations. Members of the Council also 
attended the annual conventions which were held this year at 
Cohasset, Melrose, Wilmington, Silver Lake, and Connecticut. 
Offices of the Council were Mary Hurst, president; Richard Daniele, 
vice-president; Janet White, secretary, and Arthur Horsch, treas- 
urer. 



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REFLECTOR 



We wish to thank the Reflector Staff, Editor-in-Chief Laverna Somers, 
and the faculty advisers for working so diligently in selecting the 
best material for each edition of the school magazine. Diana Dries- 
bach, the Art Editor, and Virginia Hegarty, Business Manager, are 
also to be commended for their excellent work. 

We are sure the students enjoyed reading stories written by their 
classmates and hearing about current activities of the high school. 





During the past year the Yearbook Staff, with Mary Hoyle as Editor- 
in-Chief; Joan Jacobson, Art Editor; Virginia Hegarty, Business 
Editor, and Michael Austin, Photography Editor, worked hard with 
hopes of producing a book which would arouse the interest of the 
student body. 

The staff would like to thank the members of the faculty who helped 
in choosing material for our book and spent much time working with 
us. 



YEARBOOK 




77 




Weymouth High's football squad enjoyed a successful season. Under 
the able leadership of co-captains John Burgess and Joe Rossetti, our 
team was sparked to greater heights. Best wishes are extended to 
Coach John Fisher and Assistant Coaches Hayes, Whitmore, and 
Mazzola for a successful 1956 season. The following players are 
graduating: John Burgess, Joe Carven, Dave Cassetti, Russ Delano, 
Harry Dellamano, Bob Fay, Don McLeod, Ed Mullen, Ed O'Don- 
nell, Larry Pawlick, Joe Rossetti, and Paul Simmons. 



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80 




CHEERLEADERS 



The shouts and cheers of joy heard echoing from Legion Field and 
the boys' gym were led by our loyal cheerleaders. The members of 
the squad were: W — Bobbie Vedoe, E — Mary Kohler, Y — Jane 
Foster, M — Bea DuPrey, O — Mary Hurst, U — Bev Stevens, T — 
Judy Pitts, H — Barbie Brittain, and of course, our head cheerleader, 
Doris Swart. Much help was rendered by the substitutes Connie San- 
tacroce, Lanie Lewis, Sandy McCusker, and Levy Somers at the vari- 
ous times during the year. All the girls are to be congratulated. 




At every football game last fall the fans never failed to see our ma- 
jorettes full of "pep" as they led the band down the field. Under the 
capable leadership of Ann Vaughan, these girls added much to the 
band as they performed their many routines. The remaining squad 
consist of Louise Messier, Nancy Keefe, Ida Nelson, Cynthia Payne, 
and Joanie Truman. 



MAJORETTES 




81 



82 




BAND 



If you were at the football games last fall, I'm sure you enjoyed lis- 
tening to various selections played by our Band, and in various as- 
semblies also. The officers of the organization this year were Jim 
Walker, president; Nancy Trudeau, vice-president, and Carl Leone, 
manager. 

We want to thank the members for a job well done and wish Mr. 
Stewart luck in his new venture. 





The members of the Orchestra spent many hours working together, 
under the direction of Mr. Jack, preparing for their appearances in 
the annual school concerts. The highlight of the year's activities was 
the "Hey Pedro" number at the Winter Concert. 

We have enjoyed the performances of the Chorus, directed by Mr. 
Jack, in our school assemblies, concerts, and festivals throughout the 
year. Everyone wishes to thank the members for their grand work. 



ORCHESTRA @ 

M 



CHORUS 



8 



TKJf* 




Our basketball team, composed mainly of underclassmen, did not 
have a very successful season, winning only five games. However, fine 
sportsmanship and team spirit were present at all times. Coach Dick 
Whitmore bids farewell to the two senior starters, John Burgess and 
Joe Carven. In the Bay State Tournament the Weymouth five ad- 
vanced to the finals, but were defeated by a strong Worcester Trade 
team. 



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TRACK 



Under the able leadership of Mr. Page and Mr. Pratt, our track 
teams have enjoyed successful seasons. During the winter season 
the team placed in the annual State Meet and B. A. A. held in Boston 
Garden. Seniors leaving the squad are Joe Carven, Bob Fay, Dave 
Finlayson, Joe Rossetti, Jerry Rudolph, and Dan Sexton. 





The Weymouth Cross Country Team, led by senior co-captains Dave 
Finlayson and Dan Sexton, won five of its six meets this year, and 
placed second in the South Shore Meet. The team's two coaches are 
to be congratulated for spending many hours in the training of these 
athletes. 



CROSS 
COUNTRY 



S7 



88 





BASEBALL 



Our baseball team, with Coach John Fisher in charge, enjoyed a 
most successful season. The Weymouth nine displayed much sports- 
manship and team spirit on the diamond. Graduating are John 
Burgess, Marty Cunningham, John Cross, Bill Peters, Joe Rossetti, 
Bennie Santacroce, Skip Sholes, and Pete Temple. 



H& r^, f * -v*» ^ v.- 1 ^" 






HOCKEY 



This year at Weymouth High a new sport was established. Our 
hockey team, piloted by Coach Art Valicenti and Co-captains Paul 
Simmons and Russ Delano, showed a great deal of promise, a fact 
which evidences a much stronger team in the coming year. 




89 



90 




SOFTBALL 

FIELD 
HOCKEY 



When the warmer weather arrives, we find the girls out on Libby 
Field playing softball. which seems to be popular with many of the 
students. 

Miss Arnold and Miss Sharkey are always on hand, coaching the 
girls and promoting true sportsmanship. 

Early last fall a large group of girls spent their afternoons at Libby 
Field playing field hockey. Each team played its best in hopes of 
coming out on top. 




I 





If you heard a lot of shouting coming from the girls' gym this year, it 
was the basketball tournament. The winners of these intramural games 
comprised the varsity and junior-varsity squads. Weymouth's girls 
played the annual exciting game with Woodward School, beating 
them 55 — 22. 

The volleyball tournament was an exciting one this season. The 
girls found keen competition in every game. They learned to 
acquire skill and enjoyed playing, also. 



BASKETBALL 



VOLLEYBALL 



91 




TENNIS 



BADMINTON 



The past year the tennis court at Legion Field saw a great deal of 
action. Many of the girls took an interest in the sport and had fun 
playing the game. 

This spring, on Monday afternoons, an exciting badminton tourna- 
ment was held in the girls' gym. A large number of girls turned out, 
and each one enjoyed herself. 





A great interest was shown by the student body when plans for form- 
ing a Dramatic Club were drawn up. The elected officers were John 
Temple, president; Beverly Barton, vice-president; Marilyn Nelson, 
secretary, and Doris Cumming, treasurer. 

The club presented a number of short plays; however, the outstand- 
ing production of the club was the Senior Play. 
The members wish to thank Mr. Longridge for making the first year 
of the Dramatic Club a successful one. 



DRAMATIC 
CLUB 




03 



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ORATORICAL 
CONTEST 



Jane Damon, James Haviland, James Walker, and Mary Hurst, 
were the four finalists who represented the High School in this 
year's Oratorical Contest, sponsored by the American Le gion. All 
the students worked diligently on their speeches and each gave a 
fine presentation. Mary Hurst was chosen the winner of the contest 
and awarded fifty dollars. James Haviland was the runner-up. 



^^^^ 




This year pupils taking French reorganized the French Club, under 
the supervision of Miss Canning. The meetings were all interesting, 
particularly the Christmas Party. The officers of the club were Janet 
Briggs, president; Merete E. Selmer, vice-president; Judy Pitts, sec- 
retary, and Edna Green, treasurer. 

We hope that next year's students will show the same interest and 
enthusiasm. 



FRENCH 
CLUB 




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SPANISH 
CLUB 



This past year the Spanish Club held meetings once a month, with 
Mrs. Bedell and Miss Waterman as faculty advisers and officers: 
Marie Maraget, president; Lois Savola, vice-president; Beverly 
Moran, secretary, and Judy Fortier, treasurer. 

The girls enjoyed hearing different speakers and viewing slides of 
Spanish-speaking countries. The annual Christmas Party was held 
with the French Club in the Library. 





The purpose of the Future Nurses' Club is to bring together all the 
girls interested in nursing. 

Led by Carol Bernard, president, and Miss Stockwell, faculty adviser, 
the Future Nurses' Club visited hospitals and discussed various sub- 
jects at their meetings, helping the members to dertermine if they 
would enjoy a career in nursing. 



FUTURE 
NURSES 




97 




98 



The Key Club, which is a branch of the Weymouth Kiwanis, per- 
forms many helpful public works. It sponsored a safety campaign 
this winter, placing signs about town to slow down the drivers. At 
graduation a scholarship was awarded to a senior who showed ex- 
cellence in both studies and extracurricular activities. This year's fac- 
ulty adviser, Mr. Lordi, and club president, Dan Kelly, aided the 
boys in their endeavors. 





The Camera Club is another club that began this year. With Michael 
Austin as president and Miss Toomey and Mr. DiSessa as faculty 
advisers, the members sponsored a photo contest. Many interesting 
meetings were held, with various speakers and different forms of 
entertainment being given. 



CAMERA 
CLUB 




99 



100 




LIBRARY 
CLUB 



The Library Club, under the direction of Miss Gloster, has many 
hard-working members. Whenever you go to the library, someone 
is always there to help you. The girls spend much of their own time 
keeping the library in order, and enjoy doing it. The club will 
welcome any pupils that would like to join. 






Our Lab Assistants aid the science teachers in keeping the labora- 
tories in good order. A great deal of confusion is eliminated each year 
by these people, who are well acquainted with physics and chemistry. 

Our Audio- Visual Aids Club has proved itself indispensable through 
the past years, under the able direction of Mr. White, the faculty 
adviser, and Edward Fasci, the president. Many educational films 
were shown in the various classrooms by the club members. 



LAB 

ASSISTANT 

A.V. 
CLUB 




101 



102 



The Print Shop, where boys learn to use linotype machines, presses, 
et cetera, is a centre of activity all the year; for it is here that our 
yearbook and tickets for all school activities are printed. With the 
experience gained in the shop, the boys have little difficulty finding 
PRINT SHOP employment in this field. 





In the Cabinetmaking Shop boys are taught to construct furniture 
of many different styles. Here they gain invaluable knowledge and 
experience which will help them to obtain positions in the leading 
cabinetmaking shops all over the country. 



CABINET 
MAKING 



103 



104 

AUTOMOBILE 
SHOP 



CARPENTRY 



The Automobile Shop provides Weymouth with future mechanics. 
In this shop, the boys learn all the phases of automobile up-keep and 
repair. Because of the painstaking work done by the boys of this 
shop, many teachers and townfolk bring th eir cars here for repairs. 

Each year, in order to give the boys a more thorough knowledge of 
their trade, the Carpentry Shop assumes the project of the complete 
building of a house. This training and experience enable them to 
get started more easily in their trade. 





SHEET METAL 

This past year the three major projects of the Sheet Metal Depart- 
ment were the installation of a heating system at the house being built 
by the pupils of the carpentry course, the construction of a dust-col- 
lecting system for the shops at South Junior High, and the fitting 
of the dog pound with a metal interior. With this training, the boys 
will be able to step into fine jobs in sheet-metal work. 

105 



Another outstanding course at Weymouth High School is offered 
by the Agricultural Department. The boys in this course, numbering 
about forty, have three extremely competent instructors: Mr. Hilmer 
S. Nelson, Mr. Harold Nelson, and Miss Marie Ghiorse. Each week 
the juniors and seniors go to Waipole, to the Norfolk County Ag- 
ricultural School, of which the Weymouth Department is a branch, 
where they gain experience in working with plants and livestock. 



108 





CLASS PRAYER 




Patricia Barbie 



re 






Dear Path er in Heaven, we come before Thee, 
a group of young people, standing on the threshold 
of life. So we pray Thee to direct our paths and to 
show us that prayer is the key to Heaven; but faith 
unlocks the door. 

We have many plans, all varied, but we know that 
without Thee our planning is futile, and apart from 
Thee there can be no lasting happiness or success. 
We know, too, that prayer is not for the purpose of 
changing things; but of changing us. Therefore we 
ask that we may be changed into Thy likeness and 
take Thee with us each day. 

As we have come to the close of our school days 
at Weymouth High and travel the road of remem- 
brance, may we find no room in our hearts for bitter- 
ness or misunderstanding. 

As we separate, one from the other, may there be 
no separation from Thee. 

Bless us, O Lord, and make us a blessing to 
others. These things we ask in Thy blessed name. 

Amen 



with the help of Rod 



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we shall be the best of whatever we are 



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• TIRES 

• ROAD SERVICE 

• BATTERIES 

© ACCESSORIES 

PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE 

Open 24 Honrs 

185 Washington St., Weymouth 
Telephone EDgcwater 5-2132 


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Wm. P. FILLEBROWN 

JEWELER, INC. 
• 

WATCHES 

NOVEL JEWELRY 

RINGS 
• 

4 Union Street 

South Weymouth 
• 

All Types of Repairing 
Fully Guaranteed 



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FABRIC SHOP 

■ /alines 

• notions 

• patterns 

• fancy aprons 

A complete line of sewing materials 



1260 Washington Street 

East Weymouth, Mass. 



Phone ED 5-4835 



ED 5-6535 



Compliments 
of 



Daniel L. O'Donnell 



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Quincy's Fashion Center 



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?e TfttToHY FURN1TUHE MART 



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373 WASHINGTON STREET * WEYMOUTH 



ON ROUTE 3 
EDgewater 5-1508 



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IN. 1. Mil II CO. 


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Servitip Since IS 95 

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❖ Scott's Lawn Products 


Slower Skop 


❖ Delta Power Tools 

•••• Dpvop Paints 


CUT FLOWERS 


❖ Plumbing 


DECORATIONS 


❖ Hardware 


CORSAGES 

PLANTS 


A Unique Cift Shop 
10 I nion Street • South Weymouth 


East Weymouth, Mass. EDJ-0049 


Phone ED 5-0183 



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Wevmouth 
Sporting Goods 

"Equipment for all sports" 

» TEAM OUTFITTING 

• FISHING TACKLE 

• ARCHERY & GOLF 

779 Broad Street 
East Weymouth 
Phone: ED 5-3663 

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Compliments of 




Jewelers 

1462 Hancock Street 
Quincy. Massachusetts 



Earl C. Fowler 
Agency 

Complete Insurance Service 



776 BROAD STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH, MASS. 

TEL. EDgewater 5-2085 

Over 30 \rars vj service 



^Best wishes 
and good luck 
to the 

SENIOR CLASS 

HUNTS 

*76e KJonden, St<ne 



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SCHWINN DEALER 

Free Pick-up 

• Accessories 

• Repairing 

• Delivery 

• Parts 

882 Broad Street, East Weymouth 
Telephone ED 5-1946 



TABER 
MOTORS 



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1388 Pleasant Street 
East Weymouth 89, Mass. 

ED 5-2450 



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Jackson Square 

Pharmacy ; Inc. 



■fr "the Rexall stores" 

Harold Opcnshaw. Ph.G.. 

Reg. Pliiintidiisl 

Air Conditioned For Your Comfort 

804-806 Broad Street 
Hast Weymouth 

ED 5-5675 
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BURRELL'S 

VARIETY STORE 

Best Wishes to the 

Class of '56 

— is — 



COMMERCIAL SQUARE 
EAST WEYMOUTH 



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lAJad/iin^ton 
cJ^umler do., Jlnc. 

Building Materials 
Appliances 
I [ardware 
Paints 



'Your Friendly 

jive and ten " 

L I Jaiison 

Five to $1.00 Store 

100 Pleasant Street 
South \Vevmouth 



415 Washington Street 
Wevmouth 88, Mass. 
Tel. ED 5-6000 



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Compliments of 



JOHN 



F. 



NEWTON 



180 North Street 
North Weymouth, Massachusetts 
Telephone ED 5-2492 



( 'ompliments of 



JAMES BOYLE. Registered Phamacisl 

Washington Street 
Weymouth Landing 
Telephone EDgewater 7-1525 



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C. L. McGAW 

NEWSDEALER 
. STATIONER 

South Weymouth, Mass. 



GOOD LUCK! 

Winsor's Variety 
Store 



Richard Winsor. Proprietor 



OPP. STETSON SHOE FACTORY 



South Weymouth 



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Sure..,. 

your friends can come, tool 



When you go to work for the Telephone Company, you'll 
find yourself in the midst ol a pleasant, congenial group your 
own ace. 



WORKING FOR THE TELEPHONE COMPANY 
OFFERS MANY ADVANTAGES 



Good starting salary — regular raises 

Responsibility in a position of real im- 
portance to your community 

The pleasure of working with congenial 
people in pleasant surroundings 

A secure job with a reliable company 
that's known and respected everywhere 

There are lots of excellent opportunities for 
girls finishing High School. Come in and talk to us 
today. We'll he glad to give you all the details. 

Talk with your Guidance Counselor, if your 
school has one. about when and where to apply 

• // e're looking forward to seeing you. 



NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE 
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 



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